Hundreds of archaeological artifacts taken from the citadel of Machu Picchu a century ago have finally returned to the Peruvian highlands.
Peru's Culture Ministry says the first 366 relics have arrived in Cuzco, a jumping-off point for tourists visiting the Inca ruins. They include pieces of ceramic, bronze, copper and a skeleton.
Yale University agreed earlier this year to return the artifacts. They had been taken from the site by Hiram Bingham, the man who rediscovered the citadel for the outside world. Peru had been demanding their return for years.
They will be displayed in a colonial-era building in Cuzco. Thousands of other artifacts are being returned later.
The Machu Picchu ruins are Peru's most famous tourist attraction.