Sunday, 8 April 2012

Solution to Greek Crisis

One of the Greek statues in the Parthenon collection at the British Museum. The Greek government has long argued that all the statues should be returned to Athens. In light of their current financial woes perhaps they could be adequately financially compensated. Other museums that hold sculptures from Parthenon are:
Musée du Louvre, Paris, Vatican Museums National Museum, Copenhagen Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna University Museum, Würzburg Glyptothek, Munich.

If they all paid allowing for 200 yrs interest that should just about solve the Greek woes.

8 comments:

Steffe said...

That sounds like an easy way to fix the Greek problem!

H said...

Can we afford to pay off the Greeks?

Elephant's Eye said...

Now that is a controversial, but eminently fair solution!

Sharon said...

Now that is thinking!

Jenny Woolf said...

If they gave back everything there would probably be precious little in the museum, too! Hope you had a nice Easter, Mo!

Adullamite said...

No need to lose your head over this...

Julie said...

I figured your post title went with the photograph - literally!

/t. said...

his body
is oddly distorted

also, he appears to be missing
some vital parts -- i'd send him back

× × ×

/t.

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