Seven Sisters (Coconuts Trees) in Rarotonga, Cook Islands - Stock image

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Upload date:August 26, 2013


Rarotonga is the main island of the Cook Islands, with approximately 80 percent of its populations. The Cook Islands are in the South Pacific Ocean, northeast of New Zealand, between French Polynesia and American Samoa. It has 15 major islands spread over the Southern and North Cook Islands (coral atolls). The 7 sisters is a landmark in Rarotonga. Legend has it that there are 7 coconut trees growing out from one coconut seed. (????? interesting)
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