Peru reopened Machu Picchu to allow one tourist who had been trapped in its coronavirus lockdown to visit.
Jesse Katayama came to Peru in mid-March to see the ancient Inca site, just as the COVID-19 pandemic shut it down.
Peru had one of the world's strictest lockdowns, which included the closing of international borders and tourist attractions.
Katayama visited the site on Saturday before he was due to travel home.
The BBC reported that Machu Picchu was expected to reopen to a reduced number of visitors next month but that no exact date had been made public.
Peru has been reporting fewer coronavirus cases, with about 3,000 new ones a day.