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  • April 2, 2014

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    The Greek Prime Minister, Antonis Samaras, addressed the ECOFIN group yesterday evening at a dinner which took place in the Acropolis Museum. During his speech he also mentioned the way in which some of the Parthenon sculptures had been removed by Lord Elgin and how the Parthenon is now a mutilated monument though Greece is trying to achieve reunification of that monument.


    Excerpt from Ms Samara's speech:

    And even then, the remaining parts were...

  • March 21, 2014

    2,500 children will form a human chain round the Parthenon on Friday March 21 to mark International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination. Their motto will be “We hug the Acropolis, We hug democracy, We hug humanity.”

    Organized by the Greek Ministry of Justice, children of different nationalities and people with special needs will sing and release colorful balloons into the sky to sending a message “of a peaceful and creative co-existence of all human beings, without any racial discrimination.”

    The Acropolis museum will later host an event featuring work by celebrated artists including Antonis...

  • March 10, 2014

    The Acropolis Museum presented the first results of a three-year project to digitize the Parthenon Frieze using modern three-dimensional imaging technology. This digital reunification includes fifty meters of the fragments currently located at the Acropolis Museum, eighty meters of the fragments located at the British Museum, one block located in the Louvre, copies of destroyed fragments in Basel, Switzerland, and other fragments of sculptures currently located in museums in Palermo, the Vatican, Vienna, Copenhagen, Munich and Würzburg in Germany

    Poseidon, Apollo and Artemis with their gold-plated copper symbols, from the East Frieze of the...

  • February 25, 2014

    David Hill Chairman of IARPS

    The International Association for the Reunification for the Parthenon Marbles (IARPS) has sent an open letter to the British Prime Minister, Foreign Secretary & Culture Secretary to encourage them to participate in the UNESCO organised mediation process proposed by Greece for the Reunification of the Parthenon Marbles. A second letter has also been...

  • February 24, 2014

    Nicholas Penny, the Director of the National Gallery made mention of the Parthenon Sculptures in an interview for the Sunday Times. In it he mentions that the British Museum would welcome a way to share the Parthenon Sculptures with Greece. Though there has been little evidence to support this given the Museum's refusal to even engage in meaningful conversation on the subject. Mr Penny also suggested that the argument of reunifying the sculptures so that the world can appreciate them in their original context is void, as the sculptures would not be placed back onto the...

  • February 20, 2014


    Did you know Bloomsbury has its own Caryatids? Sculpted by Charles Rossi in the early 1800s for St Pancras church located on Euston Road in London. 


    St Pancras Church on London’s Euston Road was built in 1819-22, primarily to serve the nearby area of posh Bloomsbury. The church is neoclassical in design, taking as its inspiration the Athenian monuments the Erechtheion and the Tower of the Winds. The total cost of the building – including land and furnishings – was £76,679, making it the most expensive church to be built in London since the rebuilding of St Paul’s Cathedral....

  • February 17, 2014


    George Clooney has hit back, following Boris Johnson's allegation last week that Clooney was advocating a Hitlerian agenda for London's cultural treasures. As is evident, Clooney is more than well informed on the matter and can certainly support his position of reunification. In an interview he said:

    When it comes to real facts, not imagined history, you need only to look at the UNESCO rulings that have been agreed to by all parties. An occupying nation can't sell off the national heritage of the country it occupies. More relevant is the fact that the Parthenon Marbles were chipped away from the Parthenon by the...

  • February 14, 2014

    In 1893 Mary Weber, a German governess at the palace of King George I of Greece, fell in love with a Greek army surgeon Mihalis Mimikos, who practiced in the military hospital built on the old property of General Makriyiannis.

    Mary Weber                                               ...

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