For those who don't know the story:
Marbles from the Parthenon, on Athens Acropolis, the 2,500-year-old sculptures depicting religious and mythological scenes have been held at the British Museum since 1816, when lord Elgin detached them with saws and chisels and sold them to the British Museum
As a Greek, I find outrageous the arrogant stance of Mr. Neil MacGregor, director of the British Museum.
"The Parthenon can never be reconstructed so let's try and put together what's left of it virtually."
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Whether the marbles shound be returned or not is debatable. I think that they should be returned. What are your opinions?