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For which edition of the Olympic Winter Games was the Schneemann mascot created?
Why was a beaver chosen as the mascot for the Montreal 1976 Olympic Games?
What is the particularity of the Lake Placid 1980 Olympic Games mascot, Roni the Raccoon?
Who is Mikhail Potapych Toptygin, a.k.a. Misha?
Why can we say that the three mascots for the Salt Lake City 2002 Olympic Games perfectly represent the Olympic motto (citius, altius, fortius)?
For which edition of the Olympic Games were three mascots created, representing a platypus, a spiny anteater (echidna) and a kookaburra?
To which edition of the Olympic Games are the mascots Athina and Phivos linked?
What do Neve and Gliz, the two mascots of the Turin 2006 Olympic Games, represent?
What was the source of inspiration for the mascots of the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Games?
What is the meaning of Lyo and Merly, the names of the mascots for the 2010 Youth Olympic Games in Singapore?
Which character in Norwegian mythology is the basis for this costume, used at the Opening Ceremony of the 1994 Olympic Games in Lillehammer?
What was the role of the people wearing this coat at the Opening Ceremony of the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing?
How did the person dressed in this costume move during the Opening Ceremony of the Torino 2006 Olympic Games?
What is the meaning of these tiny objects sewn onto the skirt worn by the flag-bearer for the Italian team at the Opening Ceremony of the 2006 Olympic Games in Turin?
What is the message of the official poster for the Olympic Games in Rome in 1960?
At which Games was this torch, designed and produced by Pininfarina, carried into the Olympic Stadium by famous skier Alberto Tomba?
For which edition of the Olympic Games was a flame lit in Olympia and a relay organised to the host city for the first time since the Games were re-established in 1896?
Why is the London 1948 Olympic Games Torch Relay considered as the “Relay of Peace”?
Although the Olympic Torch Relay has existed since 1936 for the Summer Games, in what year was the same tradition started for the Winter Games?
Which Finnish athlete, suspended by the International Athletics Federations in 1932, was the last torchbearer of the flame at the Helsinki 1952 Olympic Games?
For what reason did the Olympic flame, represented by this torch, travel to two different destinations (Melbourne and Stockholm) at the 1956 edition of the Summer Games?
Why was the Olympic flame lit in Rome and not Olympia before the Relay of the Cortina d’Ampezzo 1956 Games?
Where did famous Italian archaeologist Amedeo Maiuri find the inspiration to design the torch for the Rome 1960 Olympic Games?
What is wrong with the caption (VIII Olympic Winter Games 1960 Olympia to Squaw Valley) engraved on the torch of the Squaw Valley 1960 Winter Games?
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