Archaeological remains from the United States, will be shown for free at the Government Palace, with the aim of people in the capital can observe the archaeological ruins of Machu Picchu which have remained in possession of Yale University for nearly a century.
Later, as planned, will be sent to Casa Concha in Cuzco, where they remain until the construction of the Grand Museum Tahuantinsuyo.
The Regional Director of Culture, Julio Garcia, said the remains will be exhibited at the Government Palace eight days and not two months, as announced in the first place.
The regional director also reported that the 363 museum pieces returned by Yale University come to Cusco Peru the last days of April this year.
It also stated that it has formed a committee consisting of professionals from the National University of San Antonio Abad of Cusco and the Regional Directorate of Culture to conduct the coordination with representatives of Yale, about transportation and proper placement of the vestiges who were taken from Machu Picchu to the United States by Hiram Bingham.