The Olympic Posters Collection

400.00

Athens 1896 – Athens 2004,
26 Official Olympic Posters Colection 1896 – 2004
Each Poster Dimensions: 47,5 cm x 32 cm

Included:

  1. Athens 1896 Olympic Games Official Poster
  2. Paris 1900 Olympic Games Official Poster
  3. St Louis 1904 Olympic Games Official Poster
  4. London 1908 Olympic Games Official Poster
  5. Stockholm 1912 Olympic Games Official Poster
  6. Anvers 1920 Olympic Games Official Poster
  7. Paris 1924 Olympic Games Official Poster
  8. Amsterdam 1928 Olympic Games Official Poster
  9. Los Angeles 1932 Olympic Games Official Poster
  10. Berlin 1936 Olympic Games Official Poster
  11. London 1948 Olympic Games Official Poster
  12. Helsinki 1952 Olympic Games Official Poster
  13. Melbourne 1956 Olympic Games Official Poster
  14. Stockholm 1956 Olympic Games Official Poster
  15. Rome 1960 Olympic Games Official Poster
  16. Tokio 1964 Olympic Games Official Poster
  17. Mexico 1968 Olympic Games Official Poster
  18. Munich 1972 Olympic Games Official Poster
  19. Montreal 1976 Olympic Games Official Poster
  20. Moscow 1980 Olympic Games Official Poster
  21. Los Angeles 1984 Olympic Games Official Poster
  22. Seoul 1988 Olympic Games Official Poster
  23. Barcelona 1992 Olympic Games Official Poster
  24. Atlanta 1996 Olympic Games Official Poster
  25. Sydney 2000 Olympic Games Official Poster
  26. Athens 2004 Olympic Games Official Poster

Printed in Greece, under Licence by “ATHENS 2004”.

Dimensions & Weight of each poster
47,5 cm x 32 cm.
Weight 10 gr

Frame is not included.
Delivered in Vacum and Tube Packaging.

The Panathenaic Stadium is a classical cultural and touristic monument of Greece and one of the most significant monuments not only for Athens, but for the whole Greece. It is one of our city’s most popular touristic attractions and one of Athens’ landmarks. Its rich history is directly connected to the Modern Olympic Games as from their revival in 1896 until the Athens Olympic Games in 2004. It is also the place from where the Olympic flame sets up its journey to the cities of the Olympic Games, both Winter, Summer and Youth: Tokyo 2020, Pyeongchang 2018, Rio 2016, Sochi 2014, London 2012, Vancouver 2010, Beijing 2008, Turin 2006, Athens 2004. At  Athens 2004 Olympic Games  after the lighting ceremony which was held in Olympia on 25 March, the day of the 108th anniversary of the revival of the modern Olympic Games, a seven-day relay began across Greece, the last stage being the celebration at the Panathenaic Stadium. The flame stayed there for 64 days, burning in a special cauldron. It was only on 2 June that it was taken to Athens International Airport to fly to Sydney, host of the Games four years earlier. Cathy Freeman, Australian 400m gold medallist, kicked off the international relay on 4 June in Sydney.

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