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Čeština: Olympijská vlajka
Deutsch: Olympische Flagge
English: Olympic Movement flag

Proportions 2:3, created 1913, adopted 1914, first used 1920.

Suomi: Olympialaisten lippu
Українська: Олімпійський прапор
Source Manual reconstruction by Denelson83
Author Original author: Pierre de Coubertin (1863-1937)
Other versions

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Olympic rings without rims.svg (with white rims), Olympic rings with transparent rims.svg (without white rims) Olympic flag (1986-2010).svg (1986-2010 flag with rims))

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