The Marbles are in danger of being removed from their original home in Rome after it was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in June.
The museum is located on the grounds of the former city of Verona, which was destroyed by the Roman Empire during the Second Punic War.
According to the Italian National Heritage Museum, the building has been the site of many events including the construction of the Pantheon and the building of the Vatican.
However, it has also been the subject of controversy, with the museum being the subject a series of vandalism attacks.
Since September 2017, there have been a series from people who wanted to disrupt the historic marble shower and remove the marble from the site, according to the museum.
The Marbles have also been attacked by people who claim to be members of the Italian underground movement, the Marbled Revolutionaries.