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Lanark was originally a place name of Scottish origin, likely from the Cumbric "Lanerc" meaning "clear space, glade". It appears in multiple communities:
- Lanark - The old county town of Lanarkshire, in the Central Belt.
- New Lanark - Mill village near Lanark, site of Social Utopian work by Robert Owen, and now a UNESCO World Heritage site.
- Lanark, Nova Scotia, in Antigonish County, Nova Scotia
- Lanark, Ontario - a village in Lanark County
- Lanark County, Ontario - southwest of Ottawa; see Perth (county seat), Smiths Falls, Carleton Place
- Lanark Highlands, Ontario
- Lanark, Illinois
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