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28° 52′ 10″ N, 82° 21′ 36″ W
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Arlington is a ghost town in Citrus County, Florida, United States.
Arlington was a farming community. In Arlington it was originally known as Proveville because the settlers here had to live on land for a certain amount of time before it was their possession. The town in its heyday had about 50 residents in 1881, a school, a church and a sawmill. Residents here were mostly farmers and grew pineapples, Oranges and bananas. Arlington’s name most likely came from Arlington, Virginia.