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Olympia Stadion - {CATEGORY}

The stadium at the archaeological site of Olympia, Greece is located to the east of the sanctuary of Zeus. It was the location of many of the sporting events at the Ancient Olympic Games. The stadium was a holy place for the ancient Greeks, as this is where sporting activities dedicated to Zeus were held. The stadium was originally located within the temenos, with spectators able to view races from the slopes of Mt. Kronos. It was gradually relocated east until it reached its present location in the early 5th century BCE. The stadium is connected with the sanctuary by a vaulted stone passageway. The track is 212. 54m long and 28. 5m wide and surrounded by grassy banks on all sides. All the seats were made of mud and on the southern slope there was a stone platform, the exedra, on which the Hellanodikes, the judges, would sit. Opposite this, on the north slope, was an altar to Demeter Chamyne. The stadium could hold 20,000 spectators

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Address: Olympia, Greece

Country: Greece

Capacity: 20000

Surface: Grass

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270 yd - New Olympia Hotel

The New Olympia Hotel is perfectly located for both business and leisure guests to Olympia. All 31 rooms at the hotel have all the modern facilities guests' would expect from a hotel of this class. ThRead moreis hotel is characterized by a combination of modern comfort and traditional element of Olympia, making it a distinct accommodation. To make your reservation at the New Olympia Hotel via our secure online booking form, please submit your visit dates.Hide

270 yd - Europa Hotel

The Europa Hotel is located in Olympia making it one of the best hotels to stay at while in town.This 4-star hotel offers 80 comfortable guestrooms with a range of in-room facilities suitable for the Read moremodern traveler.These top-class facilities are complemented to excellent services to meet the needs of visitors to Olympia. To make your reservation at the Europa Hotel via our secure online booking form, please submit your visit dates. Hide

270 yd - Andonios Hotel

The Andonios Hotel is located in the heart of the beautiful Olympia with many of attractions within easy reach. With the guests' convenience in mind, each of the 70 guestrooms at the hotel is well desRead moreigned and fully equipped to cater to the demands of corporate and holiday travelers looking for unique accommodation in Olympia. The hotel provides a warm and welcoming service of international standard. To proceed with your reservation at the Andonios Hotel via our secure online booking form, please enter your period of stay.Hide

624 yd - Olympion Asty

Olympion Asty Hotel is a popular choice amongst travelers in Olympia, whether exploring or just passing through. Featuring a complete list of amenities, guests will find their stay at the property a cRead moreomfortable one. Service-minded staff will welcome and guide you at the Olympion Asty Hotel. Guestrooms are designed to provide an optimal level of comfort with welcoming decor and convenient amenities like separate shower and tub, air conditioning, satellite/cable TV, balcony/terrace, internet access – LAN. Access to the hotel's outdoor pool, garden, kids club will further enhance your satisfying stay. A welcoming atmosphere and excellent service are what you can expect during your stay at Olympion Asty Hotel.Hide

922 yd - Olympic Torch

Olympic Torch. "Olympic Torch" has acquired 3 stars. This accommodation is a perfect base for exploring Olympia. Dinner can be enjoyed at the onsite restaurant. You can end a busy day with a drink at Read morethe hotel's bar. To add to your stay, there is breakfast available. For those who need to keep track of their business, there is free of charge Internet access available.Hide

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Olympia Stadion - {CATEGORY}

The stadium at the archaeological site of Olympia, Greece is located to the east of the sanctuary of Zeus. It was the location of many of the sporting events at the Ancient Olympic Games. The stadium was a holy place for the ancient Greeks, as this is where sporting activities dedicated to Zeus were held. The stadium was originally located within the temenos, with spectators able to view races from the slopes of Mt. Kronos. It was gradually relocated east until it reached its present location in the early 5th century BCE. The stadium is connected with the sanctuary by a vaulted stone passageway. The track is 212. 54m long and 28. 5m wide and surrounded by grassy banks on all sides. All the seats were made of mud and on the southern slope there was a stone platform, the exedra, on which the Hellanodikes, the judges, would sit. Opposite this, on the north slope, was an altar to Demeter Chamyne. The stadium could hold 20,000 spectators

Olympia Stadion - {CATEGORY}

The stadium at the archaeological site of Olympia, Greece is located to the east of the sanctuary of Zeus. It was the location of many of the sporting events at the Ancient Olympic Games. The stadium was a holy place for the ancient Greeks, as this is where sporting activities dedicated to Zeus were held. The stadium was originally located within the temenos, with spectators able to view races from the slopes of Mt. Kronos. It was gradually relocated east until it reached its present location in the early 5th century BCE. The stadium is connected with the sanctuary by a vaulted stone passageway. The track is 212. 54m long and 28. 5m wide and surrounded by grassy banks on all sides. All the seats were made of mud and on the southern slope there was a stone platform, the exedra, on which the Hellanodikes, the judges, would sit. Opposite this, on the north slope, was an altar to Demeter Chamyne. The stadium could hold 20,000 spectators

Olympia Stadion - {CATEGORY}

The stadium at the archaeological site of Olympia, Greece is located to the east of the sanctuary of Zeus. It was the location of many of the sporting events at the Ancient Olympic Games. The stadium was a holy place for the ancient Greeks, as this is where sporting activities dedicated to Zeus were held. The stadium was originally located within the temenos, with spectators able to view races from the slopes of Mt. Kronos. It was gradually relocated east until it reached its present location in the early 5th century BCE. The stadium is connected with the sanctuary by a vaulted stone passageway. The track is 212. 54m long and 28. 5m wide and surrounded by grassy banks on all sides. All the seats were made of mud and on the southern slope there was a stone platform, the exedra, on which the Hellanodikes, the judges, would sit. Opposite this, on the north slope, was an altar to Demeter Chamyne. The stadium could hold 20,000 spectators

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