Dundee has become the latest Scottish city to be immortalised with its own Monopoly board.
It was chosen over ten other towns and cities, including Perth and Stirling, to be awarded its own version of the best-selling board game.
Local people will now be asked to vote for which landmarks will vie for the most prominent positions on the board, which will be available from October.
Officials have confirmed that the city's two senior football clubs, Dundee and Dundee United, will also seek positions on the Monopoly board.
Mark Hauser, licensing director at manufacturers Winning Moves UK, said: "We are delighted to be making this exciting announcement that Dundee is 'Passing Go'.
"To have come ahead of ten other cities and towns across the whole Scotland is a magnificent achievement.
"We were particularly impressed with Dundee's great landmarks -- historic, heritage and contemporary.
"Where else can you buy and own your favourite landmark or soccer club for just paper money?"
Dundee Lord Provost John Letford said: "We are delighted that Dundee is to get its own version of Monopoly and I am sure there will be an enthusiastic response to the call to nominate local landmarks for the game.
"Through regeneration projects, our city has developed and changed over the years. There will be some very interesting suggestions for landmarks reflecting the city's proud past and the future that is now being built."
Dundee is the fifth Scottish area to get its own official Monopoly version, after Edinburgh, Glasgow, Aberdeen and the Highlands & Islands.
For the Highlands and Islands edition, Loch Ness came out top in an online poll to take the board's most prestigious property slot.
In 2006 Aberdonians voting for locations to feature on their city's edition voted to feature "Go to Dundee" in place of the "Go To Jail". Dundonians were outraged and some local shops refused to stock the Aberdeen edition.