A new museum has opened in Athens to show off the treasures of Ancient Greece.
But some of the most important exhibits at the Acropolis Museum are represented by plaster copies as the original statues are kept miles away in London's British Museum.
Greek President Karolos Papoulias wants Britain to return the marble friezes and sculptures, which were taken from the Parthenon in Athens nearly 200 years ago.
The British Museum's got about 75m of the original 160m frieze from the Parthenon. The missing pieces are represented in the Acropolis Museum by white plaster copies.
Britain has repeatedly refused to return the sculptures - also known as the Elgin Marbles - partly because the British Museum said Greece didn't have a proper place to put them.
This display shows five of the original six late 5th Century sculptures that once propped up part of a temple on the Acropolis. The gap is for the sixth sculpture that's in London.
Lots of people are hoping the opening of the Acropolis Museum will persuade Britain to return the missing sculptures to Greece.
The museum includes about 350 artefacts and sculptures spread over three floors and can welcome more than 10,000 visitors every day.