Greece, followed by all other nations in alphabetical order.
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They will enter based on the number of brush strokes in the Chinese character(s) for the country.
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If I am not wrong it is in French
The countries entered the stadium in alphabetical order (Italian alphabetical order) with the exception of Greece--first country in as the traditional founder of the Olympic games--and Italy, the host country which came in last.
THe order used is that of the Grecian alphabet, that of the host nation. This moves St. Lucia and Egypt to the to.
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Greece The Parade of Nations of athletes (drawn from the 10,490 competing) and officials from 204 nations (and the "Independent Olympic Athletes") was led, according to custom, by the Greek team followed by other competing countries in alphabetical order and finally the host nation Great Britain
For opening parade of athletes in the Olympics, Greece comes in first and the last nation to come in is the host nation. In between come the nations in alphabetical order. For the closing parade, the first and the last nations are the same, Greece and the host nation, but in between, all of the athletes of all the participating nations come in a huge mass and in no particular order. This closing procedure was brought about by an idea of a young Chinese apprentice carpenter living in Australia who wrote to the International Olympics Committee suggesting that all of the athletes mingle in the closing parade. This was officially adopted from the 1956 Melbourne Olympics up to the present.
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The first country in the parade is always Greece.The last country is the host nation.In between, the countries march in alphabetical order according to the official language of the host nation.