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'''Tierra Robada''', which means ''Stolen Land'' in Spanish, is a semi-arid region of [[San Andreas in GTA III Era|San Andreas]] in [[Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas]]. It is located in the very northwestern portion of the map, and is home to the towns of [[Bayside]], and the [[Bayside Marina|marina]], [[El Quebrados]] and [[Las Barrancas]]. It is physically separated from [[Bone County]] by the [[Sherman Dam]] and the [[Sherman Reservoir]], with only a land bridge in the north connecting the two land masses. To the south of Tierra Robada is [[San Fierro]].
 
'''Tierra Robada''', which means ''Stolen Land'' in Spanish, is a semi-arid region of [[San Andreas in GTA III Era|San Andreas]] in [[Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas]]. It is located in the very northwestern portion of the map, and is home to the towns of [[Bayside]], and the [[Bayside Marina|marina]], [[El Quebrados]] and [[Las Barrancas]]. It is physically separated from [[Bone County]] by the [[Sherman Dam]] and the [[Sherman Reservoir]], with only a land bridge in the north connecting the two land masses. To the south of Tierra Robada is [[San Fierro]].
  
Tierra Robada's southern tip also provides the land area for the [[Robada Intersection]], which is the major interchange connecting the [[Highways|highways]] servicing Tierra Robada, [[San Fierro]], [[Las Venturas]], and Bone County.
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Tierra Robada's southern tip also provides the land area for the [[Robada Intersection]], which is the major interchange connecting the [[highways]] servicing Tierra Robada, [[San Fierro]], [[Las Venturas]], and Bone County.
  
 
Tierra Robada is partially based off parts of rural areas just outside the cities of [[:wp:Berkeley, California|Berkeley]] and [[:wp:Oakland|Oakland]].
 
Tierra Robada is partially based off parts of rural areas just outside the cities of [[:wp:Berkeley, California|Berkeley]] and [[:wp:Oakland|Oakland]].
  
==Residents==
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== Residents ==
 
[[File:MikeToreno'sRanch-GTASA-frontexterior.jpg|thumb|250px|Mike Toreno's ranch in Tierra Robada.]]
 
[[File:MikeToreno'sRanch-GTASA-frontexterior.jpg|thumb|250px|Mike Toreno's ranch in Tierra Robada.]]
*[[Mike Toreno]]
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* [[Mike Toreno]]
*[[Carl Johnson]]
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* [[Carl Johnson]]
  
 
;in [[El Quebrados]]:
 
;in [[El Quebrados]]:
*[[Carl Johnson]]
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* [[Carl Johnson]]
*[[Barbara Schternvart]]
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* [[Barbara Schternvart]]
  
==Towns==
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== Towns ==
*[[Aldea Malvada]] (Ghost town)
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* [[Aldea Malvada]] (Ghost town)
*[[Bayside]]
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* [[Bayside]]
*[[El Quebrados]]
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* [[El Quebrados]]
*[[Las Barrancas]]
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* [[Las Barrancas]]
  
==Locations==
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== Locations ==
*[[Bayside Marina]]
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* [[Bayside Marina]]
*[[Bayside Tunnel]]
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* [[Bayside Tunnel]]
*[[Robada Intersection]]
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* [[Robada Intersection]]
*[[Sherman Reservoir]]
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* [[Sherman Reservoir]]
*[[Sherman Dam|The Sherman Dam]]
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* [[Sherman Dam|The Sherman Dam]]
  
 
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[[Category:Locations in San Andreas in GTA III Era]]
 
[[Category:Tierra Robada]]
 
[[Category:Tierra Robada]]

Latest revision as of 15:00, 9 August 2012

Tierra Robada from the sky.

Tierra Robada, which means Stolen Land in Spanish, is a semi-arid region of San Andreas in Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas. It is located in the very northwestern portion of the map, and is home to the towns of Bayside, and the marina, El Quebrados and Las Barrancas. It is physically separated from Bone County by the Sherman Dam and the Sherman Reservoir, with only a land bridge in the north connecting the two land masses. To the south of Tierra Robada is San Fierro.

Tierra Robada's southern tip also provides the land area for the Robada Intersection, which is the major interchange connecting the highways servicing Tierra Robada, San Fierro, Las Venturas, and Bone County.

Tierra Robada is partially based off parts of rural areas just outside the cities of Berkeley and Oakland.

Residents

Mike Toreno's ranch in Tierra Robada.
in El Quebrados

Towns

Locations