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Palmera de Siete Cabezas, Ica
(2.8/5 based on 35 reviews on the web)
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  • I went to Ica in September/2016 without knowing of the existence of this attraction, which was included in the tour to the Bodegas of Pisco. To reach the town of Cachiche, known as "el pueblo de las Brujas", a gang of kids came running to meet us and our guide picked one of them to explain the legend of the 7-headed Palm tree, by voluntary contribution. The Palm tree grows horizontally, like a serpent, rather than grow up!! Legend has it that, before he died, one of the witches in the village would have released the curse that, if they let grow the seventh head of the Palm a flood or disaster would occur in the city of Ica. They say that in the year 1998 that happened and there was a flood in the city! Curious attraction! Worth knowing!
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  • The tour includes a stop to see this rare Palm. There are people around that tell you the story. It is not something that takes a long time. 10 minutes is enough.
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  • The seven heads of the Palm tree's are an attraction that impresses anyone. Pity that it is on private property and owner not better care for the Palm tree. Nearby there is a "witch" hung from a pole. According to the guides, the area hung so the witches centuries ago and that is the only one that is hanging...
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  • The Palm of the seven heads shows folklore and tradition of Latin peoples. You can see how grow Palm trees buried in sand and fly to leave unexplained signatures
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  • Something about natural
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  • Good story... Beware the curse
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  • Very mystical.
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  • NICE PLACE
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