Statues from the Parthenon, British Museum
When Greece was part of the Ottoman Empire in the early 1800s, an ambassador from England took it upon himself to remove a bunch of marble sculptures and sell them to the British Museum.
This is a fraction of the British Museum's Partehnon exhibit. It's a fantastic exhibit and one of the highlights of the museum, despite its controversy. The Museum points out that there are other museums in Europe that have "borrowed" other sculptures from the Parthenon. But those collections are much, much smaller than this one.
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