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There is no such place as South Detroit nor has there ever been one in its history; Downtown Detroit's southern border is the Detroit River, and the other side of the river is Canadian territory. The name may however refer to:
- Downriver, a series of suburbs southwest of Detroit, Michigan
- Neighborhoods in Detroit located in the southwestern parts of the city
- Windsor, Ontario, the Canadian city due south of Detroit (which considered the name South Detroit upon its creation in 1836)
- A phrase in the 1981 Journey song "Don't Stop Believin'"
- A township in Brown County, South Dakota
- Uppermost Canada, R. Alan Douglas, Wayne State University Press, 2002, p.145.
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