You Won’t Believe The Crazy History Behind Monopoly

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Boardwalk. St. Charles Place. Atlantic Avenue. If you grew up playing Monopoly, you’ll be familiar with these place names. While they may sound like they’re from a generic U.S. city, dreamt up by the game’s inventor, they exist in real life—in Atlantic City, New Jersey. But they are no longer what they once were. The once-glamorous casinos and hotels have become a gilded ghost town.


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