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Tsarevich Nicholas Alexandrovich with cousins, Prince George of Greece (standing), Gd Alexander Sandro  and Gd Sergei Mikhailovich. Early 1890s.

Tsarevich Nicholas Alexandrovich with cousins, Prince George of Greece (standing), Gd Alexander Sandro and Gd Sergei Mikhailovich. Early 1890s.

Olympic Games 1896 Greece

Olympic Games 1896 Greece

Αθήνα (Πατησίων και Πανεπιστημίου), 1896. Athens, 1896.

Αθήνα (Πατησίων και Πανεπιστημίου), 1896. Athens, 1896.

Trophy awarded to the winner of the marathon at the first modern Olympics in 1896, Athens

Trophy awarded to the winner of the marathon at the first modern Olympics in 1896, Athens

5l. 1896 Olympic Games, m. (Hellas 119).

5l. 1896 Olympic Games, m. (Hellas 119).

Alfréd Hajós, Hungary - the First Olympic Champion in swimming - 1896

Illustrated History of Olympic Swimming

Alfréd Hajós, Hungary - the First Olympic Champion in swimming - 1896

1896 Greek Olympics Poster

1896 Greek Olympics Poster

Greek Royal Family around 1890. Greek Royals | Unofficial Royalty

Greek Royal Family around 1890. Greek Royals | Unofficial Royalty

Stamps - Greece - Olympic Games 1896

Stamps - Greece - Olympic Games 1896


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First modern Olympic Games 1896

First modern Olympic Games 1896

1896-Olympics-Athens-Greece

1896-Olympics-Athens-Greece

1896 Olympics Opening Ceremonies - note in suits

1896 Olympics Opening Ceremonies - note in suits

1896 Olympic Team

1896 Olympic Team

The 1886 U.S. Olympic team  1896 Olympics  Athens

The 1886 U.S. Olympic team 1896 Olympics Athens

Athens 1896 Olympic Games - YouTube

Athens 1896 Olympic Games - YouTube

As the winner of the first Athens Olympic marathon in 1896 Spyridon Louis remained in history.His unexpected triumph gave Greece its only victory in a track & field athletics event at the 1896 Olympics Games and Louis was accorded the status of a national hero. Despite the acclaim, Louis returned to his village of Amarousi, where he worked as a shepherd and mineral water seller, and he never raced again.He remained an Olympic legend and the 2004 Olympic Stadium was named after him

As the winner of the first Athens Olympic marathon in 1896 Spyridon Louis remained in history.His unexpected triumph gave Greece its only victory in a track & field athletics event at the 1896 Olympics Games and Louis was accorded the status of a national hero. Despite the acclaim, Louis returned to his village of Amarousi, where he worked as a shepherd and mineral water seller, and he never raced again.He remained an Olympic legend and the 2004 Olympic Stadium was named after him

Olympic Games, 1896 Art Print by Andre Castaigne at Art.com

Olympic Games, 1896 Art Print by Andre Castaigne at Art.com

Competencia de Natacion - Doki - Discovery Kids

Competencia de Natacion - Doki - Discovery Kids

1896 Olympics - Fencing

1896 Olympics - Fencing

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