Olympic rings


The Olympic rings. The Olympic Games were originally an event held every four years at Olympia, Greece, from 776 BC to the year 393. The modern Olympic Games were first held in 1896. The old Olympic Games used an olive wreath as a symbol. Today, the five rings are used as a symbol of the many flags of the many participating nations.

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Ancient Olympics were a sporting event held at Olympia in Greece every four years for a period of more than 1,000 years from 776 BC until the year 393 The ancient Olympics were later the inspiration for the modern Olympic Games that have been held since 1896. The symbol of the ancient games was a wreath of olive branches, but the modern Olympic games use the five inter-locking rings, as a symbol of the many nations different flags and thereby their diversity.