Do you want to take a trip to Peru? And are you fascinated by history, archaeology and geography? Then you simply must take a look at this site, which offers all three in rare form. Created as part of a collaboration between Cornell University, The Mountain Institute, and the people of Vicos, the project offers a look at the legacy of the Cornell-Peru Project, an international development project in the 1960s and 1970s. After looking over the Introduction area, visitors can click on the Local Voices to learn more about how local people reacted to the project then and now. The other sections here cover biodiversity in the area, ecotourism, and water management.


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