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'''Bismarck Avenue''' is one of seven major north-south avenues in [[Algonquin]], [[Liberty City in GTA IV Era|Liberty City]]. It's probably based on [[wp:Park Avenue|Park Avenue]], being a two-laned street in its central run and stopping in front of the [[GetaLife Building]], and continues after the [[Grand Easton Terminal]]. It stretchs for 19 blocks, from [[East Holland]] in [[Uptown Algonquin]] down to [[The Exchange]]/[[Castle Gardens]] borders in [[Downtown Algonquin]]. It passes through the neighborhoods of [[East Holland]], [[Lancaster]], [[Middle Park East]], [[Hatton Gardens]], [[Lancet]], [[Easton]], [[Lower Easton]], [[Chinatown, Algonquin|Chinatown]] and [[The Exchange]]. The street is not used in any mission, however, an [[NRG 900]] can be stolen for [[Stevie|Stevie's]] [[Stevie's Car Thefts|Car Thefts]].
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[[File:110414023832.jpg|thumb|Bismarck Ave]]'''Bismarck Avenue''' is one of seven major north-south avenues in [[Algonquin]], [[Liberty City in GTA IV Era|Liberty City]]. It's probably based on [[wp:Park Avenue|Park Avenue]], being a two-laned street in its central run and stopping in front of the [[GetaLife Building]], and continues after the [[Grand Easton Terminal]]. It stretchs for 19 blocks, from [[East Holland]] in [[Uptown Algonquin]] down to [[The Exchange]]/[[Castle Gardens]] borders in [[Downtown Algonquin]]. It passes through the neighborhoods of [[East Holland]], [[Lancaster]], [[Middle Park East]], [[Hatton Gardens]], [[Lancet]], [[Easton]], [[Lower Easton]], [[Chinatown, Algonquin|Chinatown]] and [[The Exchange]]. The street is not used in any mission, however, an [[NRG 900]] can be stolen for [[Stevie|Stevie's]] [[Stevie's Car Thefts|Car Thefts]].
  
 
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Revision as of 06:43, 14 April 2011

Bismarck Avenue is one of seven major north-south avenues in Algonquin, Liberty City. It's probably based on Park Avenue, being a two-laned street in its central run and stopping in front of the GetaLife Building, and continues after the Grand Easton Terminal. It stretchs for 19 blocks, from East Holland in Uptown Algonquin down to The Exchange/Castle Gardens borders in Downtown Algonquin. It passes through the neighborhoods of East Holland, Lancaster, Middle Park East, Hatton Gardens, Lancet, Easton, Lower Easton, Chinatown and The Exchange. The street is not used in any mission, however, an NRG 900 can be stolen for Stevie's Car Thefts.

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