Local leader wearing a poncho playing horn or pututu, Orinoca, Bolivia
These horns are called a pututu / pututo (sarayiri-corneta) and often accompany music groups during festivals. They are also carried by community leaders as symbols of authority and used to announce the presence of authorities, the start of events and ceremonies and also to keep order during community meetings.
Photograph ID: Orinoca2017D148
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