And an Irish city made it to its very own square.
And, in an even better turn of events, it's not even the lowest-tanked brown square (which I'll always remember was Kimmage and Crumlin on the Dublin edition).
No, instead, Belfast takes its spot on the red stretch, just after free parking - the perfect spot for an ambush. It joins other titans of world tourism like Hong Kong, Istanbul, Athens, and London.
Cities were chosen by a massive international vote in partnership with Buzzfeed, with the Belfast campaign fronted by local Inga Norvilyte
"A big thanks to everyone who voted and shared my love for this great city," she said after the announcement. "Millions of people around the world will now be playing a Monopoly board with the city of Belfast on it."
Lima, Peru; Hong Kong, China
Riga, Latvia; Lisbon, Portugal; Istanbul, Turkey
Warsaw, Poland; Mexico City, Mexico; Santiago, Chile
Belfast, Ireland; Athens, Greece; Belgrade, Serbia
London, England; Moscow, Russia; Tokyo, Japan
New York, NY, U.S.A; Amsterdam, Netherlands; Sydney, Australia
Queenstown, New Zealand; Cape Town, South Africa; Taipei, Taiwan
Giethoorn, Netherlands; Madrid, Spain