12-angled-stone

Local namePiedra de los Doce Ángulos
LocationCusco, Peru

The twelve-angled stone is an archeological artefact in Cuzco, Peru. It was part of a stone wall of an Inca palace, and is considered to be a national heritage object. The stone is currently part of a wall of the palace of the Archbishop of Cuzco.

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Opening hours

The stone of 12 angles is accessible for 24 hours a day, since this is placed in the outer wall of Archbishop Palace.

More information and contact

Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Twelve-angled_stone

Official Website http://www.lageoguia.org/la-piedra-de-los-doce-angulos-cusco-peru/

Address Pasaje Haturumiyoc, Cusco, Peru

Coordinates -13°30'57.604" N -71°58'34.509" E

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