Felda is located at 26°32′22″N 81°26′09″W / 26.5394°N 81.4358°W / 26.5394; -81.4358Coordinates: 26°32′22″N 81°26′09″W / 26.5394°N 81.4358°W / 26.5394; -81.4358.
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