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{{infobox business|
[[File:FunerariaRomero-GTAVC-interior.jpg|thumb|200px|The small interior of the shop.]]
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|image = FunerariaRomero-GTAVC-exterior.jpg
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|game_1 = GTA Vice City
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|name = Funeraria Romero
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|type = Undertakers
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|owner =
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|location = [[Little Haiti]], [[Vice City in GTA III Era|Vice City]]
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|missions = [[Two Bit Hit]]
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'''Funeraria Romero''' is an undertaker business in [[Little Haiti]] in [[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City]]. It is implied that the corpses are used in a nearby butchers shop called [[Carnicero Romero]], as the shop has an arm, a brain, and a box reading "Human Organ - for transplant" on display in the shop window. This is further reinforced by the fact that the skeleton in the open grave behind Funeraria Romero has an arm missing.
 
'''Funeraria Romero''' is an undertaker business in [[Little Haiti]] in [[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City]]. It is implied that the corpses are used in a nearby butchers shop called [[Carnicero Romero]], as the shop has an arm, a brain, and a box reading "Human Organ - for transplant" on display in the shop window. This is further reinforced by the fact that the skeleton in the open grave behind Funeraria Romero has an arm missing.
  
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In the mission [[Two Bit Hit]] the player must kill a [[Haitians|Haitian]] warlord during the funeral of another Haitian. The warlord and other Haitian gang members are in the streets outside the shop.
 
In the mission [[Two Bit Hit]] the player must kill a [[Haitians|Haitian]] warlord during the funeral of another Haitian. The warlord and other Haitian gang members are in the streets outside the shop.
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File:FunerariaRomero-GTAVC-sign.png|Funeraria Romero sign.
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File:FunerariaRomero-GTAVC-interior.jpg|The small interior of the shop.
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File:FunerariaRomero-GTAVC-BelaLugosi.jpg|A picture inside the shop (''right'') featuring [[:wp:Bela Lugosi|Bela Lugosi]] from the 1931 film [[:wp:Dracula (1931 film)|Dracula]]. The original image is seen on the left.
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==References==
 
==References==
 
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[[Category:Businesses in GTA Vice City]]
 
[[Category:Businesses in Vice City in GTA III Era]]
 
[[Category:Businesses in Vice City in GTA III Era]]
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[[Location::Little Haiti| ]]

Latest revision as of 19:13, 22 July 2013

Business
Funeraria Romero
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Game GTA Vice City
Type of business Undertakers
Location(s) Little Haiti, Vice City
Mission appearance(s) Two Bit Hit

Funeraria Romero is an undertaker business in Little Haiti in Grand Theft Auto: Vice City. It is implied that the corpses are used in a nearby butchers shop called Carnicero Romero, as the shop has an arm, a brain, and a box reading "Human Organ - for transplant" on display in the shop window. This is further reinforced by the fact that the skeleton in the open grave behind Funeraria Romero has an arm missing.

The shop window features a tombstone with "Steven Mulholland R.i.P" written in Pricedown. Steven Mulholland was a map designer in GTA Vice City and did not die as of the completion of of the game, as he later went on to work on GTA San Andreas and GTA Vice City Stories.[1]

In the mission Two Bit Hit the player must kill a Haitian warlord during the funeral of another Haitian. The warlord and other Haitian gang members are in the streets outside the shop.

References