"So many people to love and so little time" Carly Simon

With a land area of just 26 square miles, Arlington, Virginia is among the geographically smallest self-governing counties in the United States.  The county is situated in Northern Virginia on the south bank of the Potomac River directly across from Washington, D.C.  In the 2010 cencus, 207,627 people resided in Arlington, giving it a population density of 8,309 people per square mile, the highest of any county in Virginia.  For comparison's sake, Manhattan's population density is 66,940 people per square mile.

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