What Does the Olympic Flag Stand for?

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The Olympic flag is one of the symbols of the Olympic sports. It is a white flag with five interlaced rings in the centre. The five rings represent the five inhabited continents of the world which are united together by Olympism. The rings have five different colours which when coupled with white make up the colours that are found in the different flags of the countries that take part in the Olympics.
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