What Is the Olympic Symbol?

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Olympic symbols are flags and icons that are used to promote the Olympic Games. Examples of some of the symbols used include the flame, the fanfare, and the flag. The symbol of the Olympic Games is composed of five interlocking rings that are coloured blue, yellow, black, green and red which are on a white field.
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The Olympic symbol consists of five circles or rings. These five circles represent the five continents. The symbol is used on Olympic flags, and advertising related to the Olympics.
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They stand for the 5 inhabited continents.
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Pierre de Coubertin intended the Olympic banner to act as an "international emblem. He felt the five interlocking rings signified a union of the five participating continents
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