There are passages, but had a central place which we can call it square for festivities or meetings, will be considered to the cylindrical constructions they have served for burials as its buildings on the upper parts were also used for the conservation of its grains and tubers. This situation of ethnic Lucana-andamarcas thus for his conversion and doctrine led to reductions to its stillness and sustenance, to a deep gorge and few lands of the village of Guamanquiquia for being one bias all (14). Speaking candidly author told us the story. Where the inhabitants of Kano, Willkarama and Qulqi takana, were established very distant from their lands, in compliance with the Royal ordinances, which were done to point out the evangelization of the natives who still continued developing their religious activities in their ancient huacas, as what they found Andrade Cantos during his visit and says: there in old and ancient peoples still face them then reductions for indoctrination was necessary, as also for the good collection of tribute and the hands of work, of indigenous peoples required for forced labour in the mines. Concentrate the ethnicity of the Lucana-andamarcas in reducing Huamanquiquia, began live beside other groups with who initiated begin a life mode and Spanish Ordinance, under the care and the Spanish doctrineros obligation. Where to develop their agricultural activities, continued returning to their lowland Kano and Willkarama, making distant jobs, five leagues by punas (15), who come to be fertile lands for the production of different products; corn, potato, pumpkin, qawinca, quinoa, achita, between native products, as well as of the resources that the Spaniards introduced: Fava, wheat, barley. As also fruits, highlighting the abundant tunas, throughout the lower the small valley, immediately to the route of the River Qellomayo and Qaracha. Possibly the Lucana-andamarcas of Kano, Willkarama were living, during all the Government of Viceroy Francisco de Toledo, until 1586, in reducing Huamanquiquia, assuming all the responsibilities set forth with the colonial administration, and the difficulties that kept living very distant to their abundant land in the deep valley of Qaracha.