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Ateljé 25 by Waldemarson Berglund Arkitekter This archetypal Swedish building form, shaped like a Monopoly house, serves as an artist’s studio, with a simple plywood interior and massive skylights to let in natural sunlight.

Monopoly Grandeur nature - Les rues de la ville de Chigago en plateau de jeu de Monopoly

Monopoly géant par Bored


Sue Hendrickson was, until last year, a one-woman cartel for a little-known pearl found in a Caribbean univalve mollusk called a Queen conch (pronounced conk, as in honk). Now she shares her conch pearl monopoly with renowned Geneva, Switzerland, jewelry maker Georges Ruiz who is as convinced as his partner that this calcareous concretion (that’s what gemologists call natural pearls made of something other than nacre) is finally set for the fame that has long eluded it.


I am SO excited to share this Chemistry Monopoly game with you all!I am sharing it with special permission from the Director of Academics who was kind enough t



The bright colors of Reykjavik, Iceland, shines even brighter in the summer sun. The charming city is located by the sea, with the mountain Esja overlooking it. In bright summer weather with clear blue skies you can even see all the way to Snæfellsnes National Park and the glacier Snæfellsjökull.


Monopoly Chair... I'm torn, I generally prefer to leave wood in it's natural stained state, but this is soo cool.


Unitarian Universalist - Recognizing that no religion has a monopoly on the truth but that all traditions have something to teach us about the nature of Life and Love, we feature a collection of world relgious symbols at the heart of our sanctuary. The Universalist Cross and the UU Flaming Chalice interlock side-by-side and are flanked by symbols representing (clockwise from the top) Christianity, Taoism, Wicca, Judaism, Sikhism, Buddhism, Native American spirituality and Islam.