Athens Olympics 2004

Athens Olympics 2004

2004 Athens Olympics Medalist Pyrros Dimas

2004 Athens Olympics Medalist Pyrros Dimas

Athens Olympics 2004 ~ ancient Greek dolls ~ Athena & Phevos ~ Phevos was one of two official Athens 2004 mascots. His name came from Phevos, the god of light and music, also known as Apollo. Phevos and his sister, Athena, represented the link between Greek history and the modern Olympic Games.

Athens Olympics 2004 ~ ancient Greek dolls ~ Athena & Phevos ~ Phevos was one of two official Athens 2004 mascots. His name came from Phevos, the god of light and music, also known as Apollo. Phevos and his sister, Athena, represented the link between Greek history and the modern Olympic Games.

God Eros , Athens 2004 Olympic Games Opening Ceremony (dimitris papaioannou)

God Eros , Athens 2004 Olympic Games Opening Ceremony (dimitris papaioannou)

Calatrava’s Agora - Athens 2004 Olympics, Greece

Calatrava’s Agora - Athens 2004 Olympics, Greece

Opening and Closing Ceremonies of Olympic Games Athens 2004 - CL Productions

Opening and Closing Ceremonies of Olympic Games Athens 2004 - CL Productions

Athens 2004, my favourite

Athens 2004, my favourite

Athens 2004 - Opening Ceremony

Athens 2004 - Opening Ceremony

Inspirational Moments: Olympic celebrations - Fani Halkia of Greece celebrates as she crosses the finish line as she finish first in the women's 400 metre hurdle final on August 25, 2004 during the Athens 2004 Summer Olympic Games at the Olympic Stadium in the Sports Complex in Athens, Greece. (Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images)

Inspirational Moments: Olympic celebrations - Fani Halkia of Greece celebrates as she crosses the finish line as she finish first in the women's 400 metre hurdle final on August 25, 2004 during the Athens 2004 Summer Olympic Games at the Olympic Stadium in the Sports Complex in Athens, Greece. (Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images)

Stamps from Greece | Athens 2004, Olympic Games

Stamps from Greece | Athens 2004, Olympic Games

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