A hallowed fire that Zeus himself could have ignited blazes brightly in “The Olympic Flame Burns in the Reconstructed Roman Stadium in Athens, Attica, Greece” by Neil Setchfield. The flame is housed in Athens’ Panathenian Stadium, where the ancient Games were held. In 2004, the Olympic Torch – fed by that flame – traveled through 34 cities on five continents for the first time in history. The traditional ceremony marks the start of the Olympic Games, and promotes peaceful coexistence, noble competition and good sportsmanship worldwide.
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