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- Not to be confused with Acadia.
Arcadia (Greek: Ἀρκαδία) was a region in the central Peloponnese. It took its name from the mythological character Arcas and in Greek mythology, it was the home of the god Pan.
There is more than one place called Arcadia:
- Arcadia (California) — A town in the San Gabriel Valley of California
- Arcadia (Florida) — A town in Heartland region of Florida
- Arcadia (Louisiana) - A town in North Louisiana
- Arcadia (Michigan) — A town in the Grand Traverse Bay Area of Michigan
- Arcadia (Oklahoma) — A town in the Greater Oklahoma City region of Oklahoma
- Arcadia Wildlife Management Park — A recreational area in Rhode Island
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