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The Humboldt River is a body of water in Liberty City State which separates [[Algonquin]] island from [[Broker]], [[Dukes]] and [[Bohan]] with [[Charge Island]] and [[Colony Island]] located on the river. It is named after the explorer Horatio Humboldt.
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The '''Humboldt River''' is a body of water in Liberty City State which separates [[Algonquin]] island from [[Broker]], [[Dukes]] and [[Bohan]] with [[Charge Island]] and [[Colony Island]] located on the river. It is named after the explorer Horatio Humboldt.
  
 
The river is implied by the documentary "[[A History of Liberty City]]" to be heavily polluted before even the establishment of the city itself, due to the natives using it effectively as a sewer.
 
The river is implied by the documentary "[[A History of Liberty City]]" to be heavily polluted before even the establishment of the city itself, due to the natives using it effectively as a sewer.
===Trivia===
 
It's real life counterpart is the East river.
 
  
[[Niko Bellic]] Excecutes [[Vladimir Glebov]] and disposes of his body in the Humboldt river during the mission [[Uncle Vlad]]
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==Trivia==
 
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*It's real life counterpart is the East river.
In [[Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars]], the protagonist, Huang Lee, is left for dead at the bottom of the river.
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*[[Niko Bellic]] excecutes [[Vladimir Glebov]] and disposes of his body in the Humboldt river during the mission [[Uncle Vlad]].
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*In [[Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars]], the protagonist, [[Huang Lee]], is left for dead at the bottom of the river.
  
 
[[Category:Liberty City in GTA IV]]
 
[[Category:Liberty City in GTA IV]]

Revision as of 17:24, 26 April 2009

The Humboldt River is a body of water in Liberty City State which separates Algonquin island from Broker, Dukes and Bohan with Charge Island and Colony Island located on the river. It is named after the explorer Horatio Humboldt.

The river is implied by the documentary "A History of Liberty City" to be heavily polluted before even the establishment of the city itself, due to the natives using it effectively as a sewer.

Trivia