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Sud-Est in Haiti
|• Total||2,023 km2 (781 sq mi)|
|• Density||260/km2 (660/sq mi)|
Sud-Est (English: South-East, Haitian Creole: Sidès) is one of the ten departments (French: départements) of 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[when?].
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.
- "Département du Sud-Est". Haiticulture.ch. 2010-01-28.
- CNN, "The Situation Room", 15 January 2010
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