Amid conflicting reports in recent months, is there a way for British Museum officials and the Greek authorities to strike a deal that will be mutually beneficial?
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On the occasion of International Women’s Day on March 8th, the Acropolis Museum in Athens unveiled its latest loan exhibit: an erotic marble sculpture of the goddess of love.
The return of three sculpture fragments is hoped to put pressure on the British Museum for the repatriation of its larger collection of marbles.
An increasing number of International films are being shot and produced in Greece, calling for new production studios.
The new museum will be located near the marina, and is to house antiquities from the island's long history, dating from the Middle Neolithic period to the 19th century.
The breathtakingly beautiful beach on Evia island sees off four other nominees to be crowned Best Location by the European Film Commission Network.
By permission from the Swedish government, the fragment recovered from the ancient city of Asine in 1922 was returned to the Archaeological Museum of Nafplio.
The British Museum chair George Osborne wants to find a way for the Parthenon Sculptures to be shown in both Greece and England.
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