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Arnhem is a city and municipality in the Netherlands.
Arnhem may also refer to:
- Vitesse Arnhem, a Dutch Football (soccer) club
- Arnhem Land, the northeastern region and Aboriginal Land Council of the Northern Territory, Australia
- Arnhem (ship), a 17th-century Dutch vessel
- Arnhem Highway, in the Northern Territory, Australia, between Jabiru and Darwin
- Electoral division of Arnhem, an electoral division in the Northern Territory Legislative Assembly, Australia
- Battle of Arnhem, a World War II Allied military operation of 1944
- Arnhem (video game), a battle strategy game based on the Battle of Arnhem
- Arnhem, a typeface designed by Fred Smeijers
- Edith Arnheim (1884–1964), Swedish tennis player
- Fritz Arnheim (1866–1922), German historian
- Gus Arnheim (1897–1955), American band leader
- Rudolf Arnheim (1904–2007), German American author
- Walter Arnheim (born 10 October 1944), American businessman and non-profit manager
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