I detect a bit of architectural competition going on in Bodrum today and it involves a lot of marble. A while ago, about 2,360 years to be accurate, a large brick building was covered in marble. It gained quite a reputation, got itself on the "Seven Wonders of the World" list in fact. Even generated a word - "mausoleum"; we're still using it today. If you walk near the marina you cannot miss the stacks and stacks of marble along the seafront. This time the marble is not going up a 40 meters high building, it's going along the pavement. I wonder if this effort will generate a new word or enter the modern "Wonders of the World" list. It is certainly an endeavour of epic proportions and gives our modern Bodrum more than a hint of its Halikarnassus past.
The museum at the site of the Mausoleum is on Turgut Reis Caddesi in Bodrum and it has its own room in the British Museum.