Miniaturen op festival van Alasitas moeten dromen van Boliviaanse indianen waarmaken

A woman sells miniatures a chubby, mustachioed Indian figure revered in Bolivia as the god of prosperity, during the Indian festival of Alasitas opening ceremony in downtown La Paz, Bolivia, Tuesday, Jan. 24, 2012. People snapped up miniature houses, tractors and sport utility vehicles, wads of tiny fake $100 bills, and miniature bricks, wheelbarrows and power tools to build their homes. Ekeko, a chubby, mustachioed Indian figure revered in Bolivia as the god of prosperity, will make the trinkets grow to full-size in the coming year. (AP Photo/Juan Karita) AP