The Parthenon in Athens took 9 years to build in the 5th century BC, but now restoring it is taking 33 years and counting. Ancient Greek art scholar Dr. Jeffrey Hurwit of the University of Oregon and Professor Haralambos Bouras of the Acropolis Restoration Project explain more about the ancient construction methods vs. modern restoration processes.
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