Mama Qucha, also named Mama Cocha, is the ancient Incan goddess of sea and fishes, guardian of sailors and fishermen, wife of Viracocha, mother of Inti and Mama Killa. In some regions of the Inca empire people believed she was the goddess of all bodies of water, including lakes, rivers, and even human-made watercourses.
Photo - Peru, Lares trek, Andes mountains