The exhibit opened in October 1998 and closed on May 16, 1999.
|Over thousands of years in Peru, an amazing array of civilizations flourished, died, rose and died again.
Unraveling the mysteries
|Financial gyrations nearly closed the Florida International Museum, but now its sitting pretty.
Museum back in the black --
|The basics: How to get to the museum, what it costs, where to get tickets.
If you go
|In Peru today, you can find evidence of culture dating to 2000 B.C. Tourism threatens to leave its mark.
Perus past shapes its present
|Photos of some of the items that will be on display in the 19 galleries.
The path to Peru
|One gallery will be devoted to displaying smuggled artifacts seized by U.S. Customs inspectors at Miami International Airport.
Customs uncovers objects archaeologists
|Theyre really a nice lot, once you get to know them.
Despite their bad rap, mummies are really very chummy
|Hungry? Check out nearby restaurants, including some that have added special Peruvian dishes.
Downtown menus add
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