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The Hope Diamond

 

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The Hope Diamond--one of the most famus diamonds in the world--has a long and interest history. Many years ago, a French traveler bought the 112-carat dimond in India. In 1668, he sold the violet diamond to king Louis XIV of france Louis had the diamond cut and worn it on a ribbon around his neck. Wood you like to see the Hope Diamond. It has been at the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, D.C., sense November 10, 1958.

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The Hope Diamond--one of the most famous diamonds in the world--has a long and interesting history. Many years ago, a French traveler bought the 112-carat diamond in India. In 1668, he sold the violet diamond to King Louis XIV of France. Louis had the diamond cut and wore it on a ribbon around his neck. Would you like to see the Hope Diamond? It has been at the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, D.C., since November 10, 1958.

 

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