Karajia is one of the archaeological sites that still keep traces of Chachapoya’s lost civilization. About 60km from the city of Chachapoyas, this place has 7 coffins located on a steep cliff, more than 2,000 m from the ground. Burials of the Chachapoya tribe (called “Purunmachos”) here were announced in the world in 1984, following the discovery of archaeologist Federico Kauffmann. Mystery humanoid coffin on a cliff edge in Peru. About 30 miles from the northwestern city of Peru, Chachapoyas, under the valley of Utcubamba, there is a mysterious jagged cliff. The 1928 earthquake made the hills and mountains shake strongly, the rock fell into the river with impressive shapes.