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For the district of Botswana, see South-East District.
Sud-Est (English: South-East, Haitian Creole: ) is one of the ten Sidès departments ( French: ) of départements Haiti. It has an area of 2,023 km² and a population of 518,200 (2002). Its capital is Jacmel. It used to be part of Ouest Department.
The department is divided into three arrondissements:
There are fifteen other smaller towns or villages, including: Banane, Bourcan-Bélier, Cavalier, Coutelas, Forêt-des-Pins, La Fond, La Vallée,
Les Palmes, Mare Rouge, Mayette, Mombin, Platon-Besace, Saint Antoine, Savane-Zombi, and Seguin. [1 ]
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2010 7.0 earthquake [ edit ]
Jacmel in Jacmel Arrondissement, a city with many French colonial heritage buildings, was devastated by a 7.0 magnitude tremblor on 12 January 2010, collapsing much of that heritage architecture. [2 ]
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Coordinates: 18°14′00″N 72°32′00″W / 18.2333°N 72.5333°W