Arpino (disambiguation)

Arpino may refer to a number of Italian places:
* Arpino, in the province of Frosinone
* Sant'Arpino, in the province of Caserta
* A subdivision ("frazione") of Casoria, in the province of Naplesand people:
* Giovanni Arpino (1927–1987), writer and journalist
* Cavalièr d'Arpino, born Giuseppe Cesari (1568–1640), Italian Mannerist painter

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