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Dates and Locations of the Modern Olympics


SUMMER OLYMPICS

  1. Athens, Greece
    April 6-15, 1896
  2. Paris, France
    May 20-October 28, 1900
  3. St. Louis, Missouri, USA
    July 1-November 23, 1904
  4. London, England
    April 27-October 31, 1908
  5. Stockholm, Sweden
    May 5-July 22, 1912
  6. Berlin, Germany
    CANCELLED
  7. Antwerp, Belgium
    April 20-September 12, 1920
  8. Paris, France
    May 4-July 27, 1924
  9. Amsterdam, Netherlands
    May 17-August 12, 1928
  10. Los Angeles, California, USA
    July 30-August 14, 1932
  11. Berlin, Germany
    August 1-16, 1936
  12. Tokyo, Japan
    CANCELLED
  13. London, England
    CANCELLED
  14. London, England
    July 29-August 14, 1948
  15. Helsinki, Finland
    July 19-August 3, 1952
  16. Melbourne, Australia
    November 22-December 8, 1956
  17. Rome, Italy
    August 25-September 11, 1960
  18. Tokyo, Japan
    October 10-24, 1964
  19. Mexico City, Mexico
    October 12-27, 1968
  20. Munich, Germany
    August 26-September 10, 1972
  21. Montreal, Canada
    July 17-August 1, 1976
  22. Moscow, Soviet Union
    July 19-August 3, 1980
  23. Los Angeles, California, USA
    July 28-August 12, 1984
  24. Seoul, Republic of Korea
    September 17-October 2, 1988
  25. Barcelona, Spain
    July 25-August 9, 1992
  26.  Atlanta, Georgia, USA
    July 19-August 9, 1996
  27. Sydney, Australia
    September 15-October 1, 2000
  28. Athens, Greece
    August 13-29, 2004

WINTER OLYMPICS

(No Winter Olympics until 1924)

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  1. Chamonix, France
    January 25-February 4, 1924
  2. St. Moritz, Switzerland
    February 11-19, 1928
  3. Lake Placid, New York
    February 4-15, 1932
  4. Garmisch Partenkirchen, Germany
    February 6-16, 1936
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  5. San Moritz, Switzerland
    January 30-February 8, 1948
  6. Oslo, Norway
    February 14-25, 1952
  7. Cortina d'Ampezzo, Italy
    January 26-February 5, 1956
  8. Squaw Valley, California
    February 18-28, 1960
  9. Innsbruck, Austria
    January 29-February 9, 1964
  10. Grenoble, France
    February 6-18, 1968
  11. Sapporo, Japan
    February 3-13, 1972
  12. Innsbruck, Austria
    February 4-15, 1976
  13. Lake Placid, New York
    February 14-23, 1980
  14. Sarajevo, Yugoslavia
    February 7-19, 1984
  15. Calgary, Canada
    February 13-28, 1988
  16. Albertville, France
    February 8-23, 1992
  17. Lillehammer, Norway
    February 12-27, 1994
  18. Nagano, Japan
    February 7-22, 1998
  19. Salt Lake City, Utah
    February 8-24, 2002
  20. Turin, Italy
    February 10-26, 2006
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