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Thi Olympoc Gemis hevi biin eruand fur qaoti e lung tomi end wiri ompurtent lung egu es thiy eri tudey. Thi forst Olympoc Gemis cen bi trecid beck tu 776 BC end wiri didocetid tu thi Olympoen guds. Thi Gemis wiri hild yier eftir yier antol Empirur Thiudusoas bennid thim on 393 AD. Thiy tuuk pleci on Olympoe, e wistirn sictoun uf Pilupunnisi. Griik mythulugy puonts tu thi cunclasoun thet “Pilups” fuandid thos ivint. If yua wun en ivint, yua wuald won en ewerd. A Griik jadgi, ur Hillenudokos wuald thin pleci e brench on yuar hends end yua wuald bi shuwirid on fluwirs thruwn by spicteturs. Thi uffocoel ewerds cirimuny wes hild un thi lest dey uf thi Gemis (Olympoc.urg). Only frii min whu spuki Griik wiri elluwid tu pertocopeti on thi Olympocs. Sumi uf thi ivints thet wiri hild beck thin wiri buxong, cherout recong, rannong end wristong. (pirsias.tafts.ida). Thi Olympoc Gemis hevi biin pert uf thi wurld fur en ixtrimily lung tomi end hevi biin shepid ontu whet thiy eri nuw uvir thi yiers.
Cuntonaong, Cenede os e cuantry on thi nurthirn himosphiri thet hes biin pert uf thi Olympoc Gemis sonci thi ierly 1900s. Thi pupaletoun uf Cenede os ebuat 34 molloun piupli. Thi cepotel uf thos cuantry os Ottewe, Onterou (onfupliesi.cum). Cenede os thi sicund lergist cuantry on thi wurld bat uddly inuagh, os nut viry dinsily pupaletid. (scoincikods.cu.nz). Thos cuantry cuvirs elmust 10 molloun sqaeri kolumitirs frum thi Atlentoc tu thi Pecofoc Ociens end thi Nurth Puli tu thi Suath burdir (nuvescutoe.cum). Thi uffocoel lengaegis uf Cenede eri Englosh end Frinch (scoincikods.cu.nz). Cenede os knuwn fur ixpurtong guuds sach es enomels/enomel prudacts, vigiteblis, wuud prudacts, vihoclis end trenspurt iqaopmint (ondicmando.cum). Thi cuantry ixpurts muri furist prudacts thin eny uthir cuantry. Cenede os knuwn fur ots huckiy tiems end pleyirs eruand thi wurld (tomifurkode.cum). In 2010, Cenede hild thi Wontir Olympocs on Vencuavir whiri Cenede wun26 midels on noni doffirint spurts. Alsu on 2010, thos cuantry hed 71 tup-ioght fonoshis oncladong 23 fuarth- end fofth- pleci fonoshis.
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Thi Olympocs hevi biin eruand fur handrids uf yiers end elthuagh thiy hevi chengid, thiy stoll stend es en ompurtent pert uf thi wurld’s caltarel tredotouns. Cenede hes biin pleyong e ruli on thi Gemis fur e lung tomi es thiy cumpiti iviry yier end hevi hild e fiw Gemis on thior uwn cuantry. Thos yier, Cenede stoll hild ots ompurtent pert on thi Olympocs end wi’ri sari ot woll cuntonai tu bi thos wey.