Machu Picchu, one of the world's most beautiful, mysterious, and interesting places, has since its discovery in the early 1900's, drawn considerable world attention and is currently one of the most visited locales by tourists. It is remotely located high in the Peruvian mountains. Never discovered by the Spanish, it was an Inca community that has not been much disturbed since its abandonment in the 16th century. This two-hour presentation of Professor Naso's own photograhy will show in detail the many features of this famous monument that include pathways, a bridge, temples, a tower, a palace, residences, burial sites, fountains, crafts, locales, baths, and a punishment place. Its cultural background will be discussed extensively. The architecture is varied and unforgettable. Visitors are transported to a fascinating past and a lost culture.