Olympia - Greece

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part of the Olympic Flame ceremony, Ancient Olympia, Greece

part of the Olympic Flame ceremony, Ancient Olympia, Greece

Olympic Flame Ceremony, Arhaia Olympia, Greece

Olympic Flame Ceremony, Arhaia Olympia, Greece

The historic landscape - Ancient Olympia, Ilia, Greece Copyright: Chris Koulis

The historic landscape - Ancient Olympia, Ilia, Greece Copyright: Chris Koulis

Ruinas de Olimpia,  Grecia  Planning a trip to Greece? See more with a rental car. Visit www.car-booker.com for all your rental car needs. #carbookercom #carrenta

Ruinas de Olimpia, Grecia Planning a trip to Greece? See more with a rental car. Visit www.car-booker.com for all your rental car needs. #carbookercom #carrenta

Temple of Zeus, Ancient Olympia, Greece

Temple of Zeus, Ancient Olympia, Greece

Temple of Zeus, Ancient Olympia, Greece

Temple of Zeus, Ancient Olympia, Greece

Antiguas ruinas de la Philippeion en Olimpia, Grecia vista detallada de la Philippeion, mostrando la construcción de la crepidoma

Antiguas ruinas de la Philippeion en Olimpia, Grecia vista detallada de la Philippeion, mostrando la construcción de la crepidoma

Apollo, from the west pediment of the Temple of Zeus, Olympia, Greece, ca. 470-456 BCE.  Marble, restored height 10′ 8″.  Archaeological Museum, Olympia.

Apollo, from the west pediment of the Temple of Zeus, Olympia, Greece, ca. 470-456 BCE. Marble, restored height 10′ 8″. Archaeological Museum, Olympia.

Ancient Olympia,Greece

Ancient Olympia,Greece

Remains of the Palestra at Olympia (Peloponnese). The arena was the wrestling school in ancient Greece. There they practiced the events that did not need much space, as wrestling and boxing. The arena worked independently or as part of the public gyms. The architecture of the arena, while allowing for slight variations, followed a standard plan. It consisted of a rectangular building built around a patio with adjoining rooms.

Remains of the Palestra at Olympia (Peloponnese). The arena was the wrestling school in ancient Greece. There they practiced the events that did not need much space, as wrestling and boxing. The arena worked independently or as part of the public gyms. The architecture of the arena, while allowing for slight variations, followed a standard plan. It consisted of a rectangular building built around a patio with adjoining rooms.


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