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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 weeks ago

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 weeks ago

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
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The twelve angle stone is fare away of being a tourist attraction. You will find a guy dressed out as an Inka standing next to a stone and he want you to pay him for takling a picture of a stone, which has nothing to...More

Thank LarsLuckow
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

If you are interested in seeing how the inkas build their walls and the ingenuity involved this is an easy must see in the city centre. Be prepared for the lama women and the inka man charging for photos and for the street to be...More

Thank Claire_porteous1989
Reviewed July 10, 2017

This is one of the best examples of Inca stonework. On a small street not too far from the Plaza de Armas. Worth a stop and a picture.

Thank Jerome B
Reviewed July 6, 2017

The reason for visiting Peru and ancient sites could be to encounter and wonder at these superb monolithic stones and foundations built without Mortar, these stones these stones are FIT to each other and will allow these walls to stand for millenium...

Thank WmnAud
Reviewed July 5, 2017

I tried to find it via Google Maps but was unlucky even though Google helped me find everything else. Thankfully a local helped me find it. It's great to see along with other great stone features close by.

Thank Foodie8621
Reviewed July 4, 2017

This piqued my curiosity enough that I decided to go looking for it just prior to our departure. it is impressive but note that some of the angles are small so you really have to know what you' re looking for and where on the...More

1  Thank HayKay1
Reviewed July 4, 2017

The 12 Angle or Corner Stone is part of the remains of an Inca structure that was built without mortar and using primitive stone, copper and bronze tools. I have no idea how they were able to fit the joints so closely. The wall is...More

Thank marathonjon
Reviewed July 3, 2017

There are stones from Inca. Nothing spectacular. I think it's a history behind it. The stones are big and right on the street.

Thank Wildia W
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