The Uchuraccaynos

A scene called The Uchuraccaynos within a retablo. The scene portray a family of humanlike figurines. There are two, taller adults and four shorter children. There is also a baby strapped to one of the adults. One of the adults and two children hold white ropes. There are looks of anguish and sadness of all of their faces. The figurines stand between two structures with straw roofs.
The Uchuraccaynos have lived in the Andes Mountains of Peru for over 500 years. They live in small huts made of stacked stone walls and simple thatched roofs. They produce their own food, clothing, and other goods to sustain life in the mountains.