The stone of the twelve angles is a block of stone of the Inca culture that is part of a palace and located in Hatun Rumiyoc street, in the city of Cusco, Peru, popularly known for its great finish and edged perfectionist, typical of architecture Inca and now considered Cultural Heritage of the Nation of Peru. The stone is part of the seat of the archiepiscopal palace of Cuzco that was previously the residence of Inca Roca , the sixth sovereign of Curacazgo del Cusco
13°30'56.8" South latitude
71°58'33.4" West length
The stone of the twelve angles is composed of a diorite formation and gained popularity for its great finish and bordered by twelve angles denoting an perfectionist Inca architecture as there were no asymmetries in its joints.
The block is categorized as Cultural Heritage of the Nation of Peru and is located in the city of Cuzco, 1105 km from Lima. The stone is constantly visited because it is a great example of Inca knowledge in the evolution of construction. There are other stones with the same or more vertices but the stone of the 12 angles is the most famous. It is located on Hatun Rumiyoc Street, in the center of the city