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[[File:Wood Carving England.png|thumb|right|250px|The Buckingham plank]]
 
[[File:Wood Carving England.png|thumb|right|250px|The Buckingham plank]]
 
[[File:Wood Carving America.png|thumb|right|250px|The Library of Congress plank]]
 
[[File:Wood Carving America.png|thumb|right|250px|The Library of Congress plank]]
'''Wood Carving''' is what the [[French Statue of Liberty]] clue says to find. The wood carving used to be in one piece but it was broken in two and hidden in the twin [[Resolute Desk]]s. One in the [[Oval Office]] in the [[White House]], and the other in [[Buckingham Palace]]. The wood carvings lead to the [[Lost City of Gold]].
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'''Wood Carvings''' are what the [[French Statue of Liberty]] clue says to find. They are hidden in the twin [[Resolute Desk]]. One in the [[Oval Office]] in the [[White House]] and the other in [[Buckingham Palace]]. The wood carvings lead to the [[Lost City of Gold]].
   
 
White House desk wood carvings is missing, and a clue is left behind for the [[Book of Secrets]]. The Book of secrets describes the finding of the wood carving and the destruction of it, fortunately it has a photograph taken of it.
 
White House desk wood carvings is missing, and a clue is left behind for the [[Book of Secrets]]. The Book of secrets describes the finding of the wood carving and the destruction of it, fortunately it has a photograph taken of it.

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