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A Song About the Parthenon Marbles

  A brilliant and sincere exposition of the case for the Reunification from @HellenaMicy, broadcast on Facebook live for World Heritage Day ΕΠΙΣΤΡΟΦΗ Advertisements

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The Parthenon in the spring

These images were captured during our recent visit to Athens for the International Conference on the Reunification of the Parthenon Sculptures.  Held under the auspices of H.E. The President of the Hellenic Republic.  

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ΠΝΕΥΜΑ ΚΑΙ ΤΕΧΝΗ ΠΑΝΑΓΙΩΤΑ ΜΠΛΕΤΑ ΕΜΜ ΚΟΜΗΝΟΣ ΤΑ ΓΛΥΠΤΑ ΤΟΥ ΠΑΡΘΕΝΩΝΑ ΕΝΑΤΗ

Originally posted on ΕΝΑΤΗ ΕΝΑΛΛΑΚΤΙΚΗ ΤΗΛΕΟΡΑΣΗ:
https://youtu.be/0lL0G9eVRjY Εκπομπή Πνεύμα & Τέχνη με σημερινό μας καλεσμένο τον Μανώλη Κομηνό, Πρόεδρο της Επιτροπής Αυστραλίας για την Επιστροφή των Μαρμάρων του Παρθενώνα. Ο Μανώλης Κομηνός ένας γνήσιος Έλληνας, ένας εμπνευσμένος ιδεολόγος αφιέρωσε τη ζωή του, αγωνιζόμενος…

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Revisiting Colloquy 2013

The late Eddie O’Hara, a former member of the United Kingdom House of Commons and the European Parliament speaking to Colloquy 2013 in Sydney, via video. Eddie makes the point that the Acropolis Museum makes no pretension to be a … Continue reading

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Revisiting Colloquy 2013

Parthenon Sculptures: Why Truth matters Anna Marangou argued in part that, “The Parthenon Sculptures: Why the Truth Matters” “…education, and especially education through Museums, is vital for the continued awareness of the Parthenon Marbles. As the world is changing rapidly … Continue reading

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Revisiting Colloquy 2013

The Parthenon: An Icon of Global Citizenship With the theme Parthenon: An Icon of Global Citizenship Colloquy 2013 was organised by this Committee. We welcomed people campaigning for the reunification of the Parthenon Marbles from all over the world. The linking … Continue reading

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Greek Minister for Culture Lydia Koniordou Intensifies Dialogue on Parthenon Marbles

Thanks to long-standing Greek representations to the Intergovernmental Committee for Promoting the Return of Cultural Property (ICPRCP), UNESCO has acknowledged the “historical, cultural, legal and ethical dimensions of the issue of the return of the Marbles to the Parthenon, which … Continue reading

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