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The 2004 summer Olympic Games were held in Athens, Greece.

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Q: What country hosted the 2004 Summer Olympics?
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What is the last country to host the Olympic games?

Athens City in Greece hosted the last summer Olympics in 2004

What city hosted the 2004 Summer Olympics?

Athens, Greece

How many times has Greece hosted Olympics?

Twice. 1896 and 2004 summer Olympics.

Which country hosted the 2004 Olympics?


What country hosted the 2004 olympics?

It was Athens, Greece.

Who hosted the 2004 Summer Olympics?

Athens, Greece.Athens, Greece.

How many times has Athens hosted the summer Olympics?

Twice ... 1896 and 2004.

Which city hosted the Olympics 2004?

The Summer Olympics of the year 2004 were hosted in the city of Athens, Greece. They ran from the 13 to the 29 of August of that year. This year marked the return of the games to the place when they originally began.

What country hosted the 2004 Summer Olympic Games?

Athens, Greece.

What country that was banned in the 2000 summer Olympics had a female flag bearer in the 2004 summer Olympics?

It was Afghanistan.

Was 2004 a Winter Olympics or a summer Olympics?

it was Atenas 2004 and summer.

Who hosted Olympic 2004?

The 2004 Summer Olympic Games was hosted by Athens, Greece.

What year were the Olympics held in Greece?

Greece hosted the modern Olympics in 1896 and 2004.

Which country competed in the 2004 summer Olympics but has been banned from the current Olympic games?

The country Iraq was banned from the Olympics in the year of 2008.

Where was the summer Olympics of 2004 held?

In 2004, the Summer Olympics were held in Athens, Greece.

Who hosted the 2004 Olympics?

Athens, Greece.

When did Athens held the Olympics?

1896 Summer Olympics and 2004 summer Olympics.

What country won the most medals in the 2004 Summer Olympics?

The United States won the most medals at the 2004 Summer Olympics with 103: 36 gold, 39 silver, and 27 bronze.

What is the closest country to Zimbabwe that has hosted the Olympic Games?

That would be Athens, Greece where the 1896 Summer Games and 2004 Summer Games were held.

When were the 2004 summer Olympics?

The 2004 Summer Olympics took place between August 13th and August 29th.

Where was the 2004 summer Olympics held?

The 2004 Summer Olympics were held in Athens, but unlike the first answer, the first Olympics were held in Olympia not in Athens.

What country hosted the Olympics that Mia Hamm won gold medal?

United States (1996 Games in Atlanta) and Greece (2004 Games in Athens).

How many countries participate in the summer Olympics?

It depends on what year of the Summer Olympics. In 2012 and 2008, 204 nations participated in the Summer Olympics. In 2004, 201 nations participated in the Summer Olympics.

What event did they add to the 2008 Summer Olympics that they didnt have the 2004 Summer Olympics?

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Which four cities have hosted the summer Olympics twice?

1) Athens - 1896 and 2004 2) Paris - 1900 and 1924 3) London - 1908 and 1948 (London will become the first city to host three Summer Olympics in 2012) 4) Los Angeles - 1932 and 1984 Stockholm hosted the 1912 Summer Games and the equestrian events in the 1956 Summer Games (held in Melbourne, Australia) due to a Australian quarantine caused by an equine virus.