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Melbourne 1956 and Sydney 2000. Both Summer Games.

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What cities have hosted previous summer Olympic games?

The cities of the world...


Who hosted the olympic games in 1956?

Melbourne, Australia.


All of the cities in Australia or newzealand to host the olympic games?

Australia has hosted the Summer Olympics twice ... 1956 in Melbourne and 2000 in Sydney. New Zealand have never host an Olympic Games.


How many times has Australia hosted the Olympic Games?

Australia has twice hosted the summer games in 1956 (Melbourne) and 2000 (Sydney). The Winter Olympics have never been held in Australia.


What City hosted the 1956 Olympic games?

Melbourne, Australia.


What was the country that hosted the Olympic Games in 2000?

Sydney, Australia


Which cities in the southern hemisphere have hosted the olympic games?

yes i think


Australia hosted olympic games?

1956 in Melbourne and 2000 in Sydney.


What cities have hosted both the Olympic games and World Cup?

Mexico city, Rome, London, Paris and Munich have hosted the World Cup final and the Olympic Games.


Which Asian national capital cities have hosted the Olympic Games?

Sydney and Beijing


Which Australian cities hosted the olympic games?

Melbourne (1956) Sydney (2000)


What city hosted the year 2000 olympic games?

Sydney, Australia, and it was cool.


Which country has hosted the Olympic Games the maximum number of times?

america


Has Jamaica hosted the Olympic games?

As of the 2008 Games, Jamaica has never hosted an Olympic Games.


Which us cities have hosted olympic games?

St. Louis Los Angeles Atlanta


Has barbados ever hosted the olympic games?

Barbados has never hosted the Olympic games.


Has Morocco ever hosted the Olympic Games?

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What country hosted the Olympic Games in 1956?

Italy Winter Australia Sweden Summer


What country hosted the Olympic Games 2000?

The Games of the XXVII Olympiad were held in Sydney, Australia in 2000.


Which Australian cities have hosted a Commonwealth or Empire Games?

Australian Cities have hosted the Commonwealth Games a total of 4 times: 1938 games - Sydney, New South Wales, Australia1962 games - Perth, Western Australia, Australia 1982 games - Brisbane, Queensland, Australia 2006 games - Melbourne, Victoria, Australia


When were the Summer Olympic Games held in Sydney Australia?

Sydney, Australia, hosted the Summer Olympics in the year 2000.


What direction would you be going if you were travelling from the city that hosted the 1956 Olympic Games to the one that hosted the 1964 games?

NorthEast i Believe Australia to Japan


Which cities have hosted the summer Olympic games in the southern hemisphere?

Melbourne in 1956 and Sydney in 2000.


Which other cities in England have hosted the Olympic Games and in which years?

London (1908, 1948, 2012).


Which of these cities has hosted the olympic games more than 1 in the 2012 summer Olympics?

London.