Are fakes as good as the real thing?
Lets face it - not everyone has the time or money to visit Paris.
For some visitors, it's as iconic as the real one - for others, it's just tacky.
In Britain, archaeologists have now decided there's nothing wrong with faking the tomb of the most famous Egyptian pharaoh.
This coming Friday, the Trafford Centre in Manchester will open an exhibition featuring a perfect replica of Tutankhamun's tomb, as discovered by the archeologist Howard Carter in 1922. The reproduction, modelled with digital technology, cost more than five million dollars.
"Is this exhibition a con, a delusion, a postmodern joke?" asks Jonathan Jones
from the Guardian newspaper. "Is it not a bit rich to sell tickets to a display that is really no more authentic than a horror film with mummies chasing screaming actors through digitally created pyramids?"
But the question is, so what? If technology allows us to experience something that seems authentic, does it matter if it isn't?
We'll talk to the curator of the exhibition this week on World Update. What do you think - can a fake be as good as the real thing?