In Karajia, near the city of Chachapoyas, there are impressive graves. Two-meter-high caskets of ingot bricks (clay bricks and dried) stand on the edge of a cliff, some of which still have traces of primitive painted motifs from centuries ago. The face on the coffin looked down majestically as if it were dominating the green valley in senseless eyes. The origins of the Chachapoya people. The Chachapoyas, also known as “cloud people”, were a tribe living in the Andes mountains in the cloud forests of the Amazon region, today Peru. The meaning of the word Chachapoya can arise from the word “sacha-p-collas”, which means “tribe living in the forest”.