Crater of Diamonds State Park, Murfreesboro, Arkansas (Pike County) is the only diamond mine in the world where visitors can dig for diamonds & keep what they find. An average of 2 diamonds a day are found, along with 40 other gemstones & minerals including amethyst, jasper, peridot, garnet, & quartz. The Strawn diamond (bottom) found in 1990 weighed 3.09 carats, 1.09 carats when cut - it's rated a perfect 0/0/0 & considered a one-in-a-billion stone. Valued at $34k, it's on display at the…
Crater of Diamonds State Park is the only diamond-producing site in the world open to the public. The park allows visitors to dig for diamonds and, unlike most public mining sites, has the policy “finders, keepers.”
And the worst part is that Mingyu isn't even dark! So WHAT DA ACTUAL F***! come to the other side of the world and ull see how dark ppl can get ... Me: *cries an ocean* .... But I love Minghao for saying that..srsly he just contributed to spreading world peace ~ ❤️
Crater of Diamonds State Park in Arkansas This is what you need to get started on your hunt for diamonds, plus a lot of patience, sunscreen, and a good imagination - all my rocks looked like diamonds - but turned out to be just rocks!
2.70 carat diamond found in April 2010 by 8th-grader from New Hampshire at the Crater of Diamonds State Park, Arkansas. This is the world's *only* site where visitors can search for & keep whatever they find. #South