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Twelve Angle Stone

Hatunrumiyoc | Calle, Cusco, Peru
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Hatunrumiyoc | Calle, Cusco, Peru
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Reviewed 2 days ago

Worth seeing, but prepare for a crowd right in front of it, with people of course trying to sell you things when all you want to do is to look at this piece of rock.

Thank Niloofar72
Reviewed 4 days ago

The Twelve Angle Stone is part of another amazing Inca wall. I don't know how they created such precision stonework, I don't think anyone does. In the same lane way is a Spanish wall, very poor workmanship compared to the Inca's.

Thank MitchMitch52
Reviewed 1 week ago

Craftsmanship! You might be fooled by the different size of stones, but it's all done on purpose, the angle of the walls and the interlocking stones. Amazing.

Thank HansenNienke
Reviewed 1 week ago

The Twelve angle stone is an archaeological artefact in Cusco and it was part of a stone wall of an Inca palace. We saw it during our tour visit of the city.

Thank KaterinaBouza
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Inca wall leans inward with smaller stones as the foundation. The Spanish Wallis straight with medium stones. The Spanish walk has shifted from recent earth quakes, while the inca wall is amazing. Go around the corner to spot the snake and the puma. Nice area...More

Thank Taylor S
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

People are super excited about this stone. It is OK but nothing overwhelming. The bishop house and the small alleys behind are much nicer.

1  Thank Ignacio B
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The Twelve Angle Stone is definitely worth a visit if you are in Cusco. It is / was part of a stone wall of a Inka Palace. Nothing super special but part of the Inka history.

Thank Daniel B
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This stone is about 2 blocks north on the side street of the Cathedral. You get there and see an amazing collection of stones, but this one is known all over the world.

Thank Cuatrodivas
Reviewed 2 August 2017

It is so iconic of Cusco, no problem finding it, just look for the crowd, the problem is getting a photo without people in the way! Not worth going out of your way to see but if you are passing do stop in and take...More

Thank Louise C
Reviewed 2 August 2017

Our guide kept telling us: you come to Peru with 10 questions, but you'll leave it with 1000! And this is one of the additional questions: how did they do it.... Interesting. You will find it in a nice narrow street, can't be missed because...More

Thank barbara_uNovaGorica
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