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      Local predileto do Encarregado pela manutenção do Parque, Sr. Carlinhos (gente finíssima e muito popular).

      O córrego Bonsucesso (ou córrego Bom Sucesso) é um curso de água que nasce e deságua no município brasileiro de Belo Horizonte, em Minas Gerais. É um dos principais cursos de água e compõem a bacia hidrográfica do ribeirão Arrudas, localizada na região do Barreiro de Belo Horizonte, Minas Gerais.

      O córrego nasce na Serra do Cachimbo, no bairro Bonsucesso e desce a serra na região do Barreiro, atravessando o parque municipal Jacques Cousteau. O curso de água percorre aproximadamente 6,8 quilômetros desde a nascente até desaguar no ribeirão Arrudas, tributário do rio das Velhas. O leito do córrego foi modificado em alguns trechos, em canais revestidos abertos ou fechados, como na passagem sob a rua Úrsula Paulino e na sua desembocadura, ao atravessar a avenida Tereza Cristina.

      Segundo estudos de vazão da Universidade Federal de Viçosa e do Instituto Mineiro de Gestão das Águas, o córrego deságua no córrego Cercadinho a uma vazão média calculada de 0,184 metros cúbicos por segundo. Os mesmos estudos indicam que a vazão mínima medida na foz é de aproximadamente 0,035 metros cúbicos por segundo.

      Fonte: https://pt.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/C%C3%B3rrego_Bom_Sucesso
      • By CiclismoJacquesCousteau
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