Arcadia was a Greek utopian society. It was a rumored province to fully have harmony with nature and humans. It was in an ideal location for the wilderness, and one that was full of artistic nature. Animals and humans could live in peace together. There was bliss every day, as the city lived with utopian ideologies. The city was thought to be perfect, or an ideal society with no crime or unhappiness.
It was founded on ideologies of harmony and bliss. The community was one where animals lived peacefully with humans. They had an ideology that was copied and attempted around the world, but couldn’t because of their special circumstance. Arcadia was seen as a perfect society, where nature is not disturbed. It is a community that is incorruptible, and is not interfered with by other civilizations. It is now a community depicted in many books, movies, and art as a place that is unattainable, but is something to try and reach for. Arcadia is now loosely to describe communities that have been undisturbed by civilization and huge populations, who have kept in sync with nature. Arcadia is also used as a name for many towns around the United States. It has transformed from a Greek society to a society that many cities now try to emulate. It has become a community where cities look toward when they try to make their cities crime-free, with no risk of corruption, and one that can live with nature.