No, not until the 1936 Olympics in Berlin. There was an Olympic Flame at the 1928 Olympics in Amsterdam, but it wasn't lit using a flame brought from Greece or anywhere.
Athens in Greece was the first country to llight the olympic flame!
Greece, they were the first to ever have the Olympics
1928 olympics.......regards preyan..
The flame's journey starts in Olympia, Greece because it is the home of the Olympics, the town where the first ever Olympics took place. The flame's journey ends in the town that hosts the Olympics so the flame can light the Olympic cauldron and begin the Games.
The Olympic flame signifies the value of Peace and Brotherhood which is the basis of the Olympics.
they choose the flag bearer from the country the Olympics thre Olympics is held at and that person lights the olympic flame
No,and the olympic flame burns for the duration of each Olympics and is extinguished during the closing ceremony.
No, and the olympic flame burns for the duration of each Olympics and is extinguished during the closing ceremony.
Two cauldrons were lit with the Olympic Flame at the 1976 Innsbruck Winter Olympics because the Olympics had also been held there in 1964.
The Olympic Flame comes from Olympia, Greece.