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Bom Sucesso de Itararé, São Paulo State (Brazil)

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Bom Sucesso de Itararé, SP (Brazil) image by Ivan Sache, 18 March 2013

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The municipality of Bom Sucesso de Itararé (3,571 inhabitants in 2010; 13,322 ha) is located in southwestern São Paulo State, on the border with Paraná, 350 km of São Paulo.

Bom Successo de Itararé originates in the establishment, in 1929, of the village of Terra Boa, near the Junqueira Mello sawmill. The municipality of Bom Sucesso de Itararé was established by State Law No. 7,694 of 30 December 1991, seceding from Itararé. The name of the municipality recalls the successful hunting parties of José Bonifácio de Campos, originating from Rio Grande do Sul. - Municipal website

The flag of Bom Sucesso de Itararé is diagonally divided light blue- white-green, the blue triangle being smaller than the green one and charged with two dark blue diagonal stripes. The municipal coat of arms is placed in the white field.

Ivan Sache, 18 March 2013