Part of the Parthenon temple, one of the world's best-known Greek landmarks, the Fagan fragment, has finally been returned to its home. The piece will be on display at the Acropolis Museum, Athens, in the Parthenon Gallery, a glass chamber that displays the 160-metre sculptures as if they were still in their original temple. Until then the piece was at the Antonio Salinas Archaeological Museum in Palermo, Italy. The return is temporary, the period of for four years, with a possible extension of four more. However, the governments of the two countries have already announced that they are in talks about making the permanent exchange of the piece official.