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Algunas piedras preciosas y minerales
Algunas piedras preciosas y minerales
Algunas piedras preciosas y minerales
Algunas piedras preciosas y minerales
Algunas piedras preciosas y minerales
Algunas piedras preciosas y minerales
Algunas piedras preciosas y minerales
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  • 1. ALGUNAS PIEDRAS PRECIOSAS Y MINERALES
  • 2. -It is the hardest gemstone after diamond. They are found in Burma, Thailand, Madagascar and Tanzania. Rubies are used for rings, pendants, etc ... RUBÍES
  • 3. ESMERALDAS -The emerald has always been highly valued because it is the only green gemstone that is crystal clear. Emeralds are found in Colombia.
  • 4. ZAFIRO AZUL -There are other colors of sapphires, the most valued and appreciated is the blue sapphire. Sapphires are found in Thailand, Madagascar, Tanzania and Australia.
  • 5. DIAMANTE -It is the hardest gemstone in the world. This gemstone is colorless, very valuable and is in India, Brazil and South Africa.
  • 6. ORO -Mineral is a soft yellow color and has a great value. The gold used to make jewelry, coins, etc. Gold is found in Australia, South Africa, USA, Canada, Indonesia, Peru, Russia and China.
  • 7. AMATISTA -It is the most precious stone in the quartz group. It is found in Brazil, Bolivia, Canada, India, Madagascar, Mexico, Myanmar, Namibia, Russia, United States, Uruguay and Zambia.
  • 8. THE END By Rafael Zapata De Guzmán

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