Central address: Unnamed Road, Jacmel, Haiti
Time Zone: America/Port-au-Prince
Latitude: 18° 14' 34.8216'' N
Longitude: 72° 31' 35.0328'' W
Jacmel, (Haitian Creole: Jakmèl; Spanish: Yáquimo) is a commune in southern Haiti founded by the Spanish in 1504 and repopulated by the French in 1698. It is the capital of the department of Sud-Est and has an estimated population of 40,000, while the commune of Jacmel had a population of 137,966 at the 2003 Census. The town's name is derived from its indigenous Taíno name of Yaquimel. In 1925, Jacmel was dubbed as the "City of Light," becoming the first in the Caribbean to have electricity.
The latitude of Jacmel is 18.243006, and the longitude is -72.526398. Jacmel is a city is located at Haiti with the gps coordinates of 18° 14' 34.8216'' N and 72° 31' 35.0328'' W. The elevation of Jacmel is 44.635, the time zone is America/Port-au-Prince.
|Elevation||44.635||DMS Lat||18° 14' 34.8216'' N|
|DMS Lng||72° 31' 35.0328'' W||GeoHASH||d7hrv95chqy18|
|UTM Zone||18Q||UTM Easting||761566.528082214|
|UTM Northing||2018839.88612224||Time Zone||America/Port-au-Prince|