The first Olympic flag was presented to the IOC at the 1920 Summer Olympics by
the city of Antwerp, Belgium. At the end of the ...
The Olympic Flag. Pierre de Coubertin is said to have found the original five-rings
symbol engraved on an altar-stone unearthed at Delphi. The colorful Olympic ...
In 1914, when the International Olympic Committee (IOC) held its 20th
anniversary meeting in Paris, the Olympic flag was displayed for the first time.
The design ...
For whatever reason, it's surprisingly hard to find plain, simple, 5-ring Olympic
flags. This one filled the bill. It's lightweight, so it flows nicely in the slightest
The white Olympic flag with its five colorful rings symbolizes the continents as
well as individual nations. The continents represented are North and South ...
The Olympic flag has five interlocking rings on a white background. The rings
represent the union of the nations of the five continental areas – North and South
The rings on the Olympic flag represent the five continents that take part in every
Olympic Games. The rings are interlocking because it symbolizes unity between
Pierre de Coubertin, who designed the Olympic logo with five interlocking rings,
suggested that the rings represent the five general areas of the world where ...
The Olympic flag places the Olympic rings on a white background. As every
national flag in the world contains at least one of the flag's six colors (black, blue,
The flag of the Olympic Games has five interlocking rings (blue, yellow, black,
green, and red) on a white ground. The rings represent the five parts of the world