During my business trip in London, I managed to visit the British Museum, and go through the “don’t miss” exhibits.
The Parthenon Marbles were in a spacious gallery, which not too packed with exhibits (like others). I was expecting to see the one of the taken Acropolis Caryatids there. Her sisters are in the Acropolis Museum, but once upon a time, they were all located next to Parthenon, on the top of the holy rock of Acropolis.
Instead, I found the Caryatid in the “last” room of the gallery of “Alexander’s world”. Why?
I felt that there was space in the Parthenon gallery (which was constructed like this, to give you the feeling that you in Acropolis yourself, I get that).