The seven Mascarones, is a historical street of the imperial city of Cusco, it is located between Almudena street and the parish of Santiago.
Our ancestors tell us that in this street lived a Spaniard with his seven sons with the surname Mascarenas, who made beautiful bronze works such as locks, mouthpieces and pulls; being the ideal place for these pieces the doors of the colonial churches of the time. Nowadays, the legacy that the Mascareña’s
family left us is still preserved in the temples,
seven mascarones is named in honor of the surname of this