Gold Medal of the Athens 1896 Olympic Games
Gold Medal of the Paris 1900 Olympic Games
Gold Medal of the St. Louis 1904 Olympic Games
Gold Medal of the Amsterdam 1928 Olympic Games
Gold Medal of the Rome 1960 Olympic Games
Gold Medal of the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games
Gold Medal of the Athens 2004 Olympic Games
In terms of the medal of the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games, on its obverse side, the medal reflects the Greek character of the Olympic Games: the goddess of victory Nike picture in the Panathinaikos Stadium. On its reverse side, the medal is inlaid with jade with the emblem of the 2008 Games in Beijing engraved in the metal centrepiece.
Medal of the London 2012 Olympic Games
Medal of the Chamonix 1924 Winter Olympics
Medal of the St. Moritz 1928 Winter Olympics
Medal of the Lake Placid 1932 Winter Olympics
Medal of the Sapporo 1972 Winter Olympics
Medal of the Sarajevo 1984 Winter Olympics
Medal of the Albertville 1992 Winter Olympics
Medal of the Lillehammer 1994 Winter Olympics
Medal of the Salt Lake City 2002 Winter Olympics
The Olympic bouquets have a history of over one century. At the 1912 Stockholm Olympic Games, wreathes incorporating chrysanthemum and olive branch were given to athletes. Today, the Olympic bouquets have become more attractive and meaningful and added plants with cultural meaning and local features of the host country. For example, the wreathes of the 2004 Athens Olympic Games included olive, African daisy and goldenrod. Back then, a large-scale olive farm on Crete was chosen to produce a certain amount of wreathes everyday. The olives used had a history of at least 300 years. The bouquets of the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games mainly included Chinese rose, decorated by hypericum, physostegia virginiana and others to carry the meaning of plain sailing and showcase Olympic spirits and spirits unique to the Chinese nation.
As the 2022 Winter Olympics and Paralympics are intensively prepared, designs of their uniforms, medals and bouquets will soon be unveiled.
Olive branch, a symbol of peace and friendship, is an important factor of the Olympic bouquets.
Bouquets of the Los Angeles 1984 Olympic Games
Bouquets of the Seoul 1988 Olympic Games
Bouquets of the Barcelona 1992 Olympic Games
Bouquets of the Atlanta 1996 Olympic Games
Bouquets of the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games
Bouquets of the Athens 2004 Olympic Games
Bouquets of the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games
Bouquets of the London 2012 Olympic Games
The 14 key words will be published one by one. Look forward to your interest and participation in the Beijing Biennale.
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