|29. Great paintings by great artists are usually kept in museums. Most paintings in museums and private __________________ have rather boring lives. This is not the case with one of the most famous paintings ever – the Mona Lisa by Leonardo da Vinci.||COLLECT
|30. Although most people are familiar with this lady’s smile, they may be surprised at what this painting has gone through in its 500 years. __________________, the portrait hung in the chateau of the King of France. Later, it decorated the wall of Napoleon Bonaparte’s bedroom.||ORIGINAL|
|31.After the French Revolution, the painting moved to the Louvre, where millions of people could enjoy the Mona Lisa’s __________________ beauty.||USUAL|
|32. It was in 1911 that the portrait’s __________________ times began. First, it was stolen!||DANGER|
|33. For two long years the police could find nothing. Finally, in 1913, the lost lady was found! The painting toured __________________ major cities before it was returned to the Louvre.||DIFFER|
|34. Then, in 1956 someone splashed acid on it. Later that same year, a man threw a rock at the painting. Both of these acts of vandalism led to __________________ repairs to the painting. The painting now rests at the Louvre behind bulletproof glass to prevent further damage.||CARE|
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