Fayetteville, Arkansas

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Fayetteville (formerly Washington) is a city in and the county seat of Washington County, Arkansas, United States,[2] and is home to the University of Arkansas. As of the 2000 census, the city had a total population of 58,047, and a 2009 estimate of 73,372. The Fayetteville–SpringdaleRogers, AR-MO Metropolitan Statistical Area's population is estimated at 420,876. It is the third most populous city in Arkansas. Fayetteville is known as the "Track Capital of the World"[3][4] for being the home of the University of Arkansas' track and field program, which has won 42 national championships to date.[5] It was also ranked 8th on Forbes Magazine's Top 10 Best Places in America for Business and Careers.[6] Kiplinger's 2008 "Best Cities to Work, Live and Play" list featured Fayetteville as #7.[7]



Fayetteville is located at 36°4′35″N 94°9′39″W / 36.07639°N 94.16083°W / 36.07639; -94.16083 (36.076379, -94.160912).[8]

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