Olympic Rings

Olympic Rings

The Olympic Rings (actually designed in 1912) were mistakingly thought to be an ancient Greek symbol after researchers in the 1950s found a stone with the symbol carved on it in Delphi. The stone turned out to be a leftover from a ceremony held there for the 1936 Berlin Olympics.

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