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Exhibition - Histoire, Sport & Citoyenneté

Cultural ,  Exhibition in L' Île-Saint-Denis
Free
  • Discover this exhibition tracing the history of the modern Olympic Games.

  • After centuries of eclipse, the Olympic Games were symbolically reborn in Greece, in Athens, in 1896. Today, the Olympic movement is asserting itself as the world's leading event and returns to Paris in 2024 for the thirtieth edition of the Olympic Games and the 33rd Olympiad, a century after the 1924 Paris Olympic Games.
    Anchored in the political and geopolitical context, demographic movements
    demographic movements, migratory flows and social changes, the Olympic and Paralympic Games...
    After centuries of eclipse, the Olympic Games were symbolically reborn in Greece, in Athens, in 1896. Today, the Olympic movement is asserting itself as the world's leading event and returns to Paris in 2024 for the thirtieth edition of the Olympic Games and the 33rd Olympiad, a century after the 1924 Paris Olympic Games.
    Anchored in the political and geopolitical context, demographic movements
    demographic movements, migratory flows and social changes, the Olympic and Paralympic Games become a showcase of history and, at each Olympiad, offer a look at an era, but also at the world.
    The different editions of these Olympiads travel the world bringing together athletes, women and men, who achieve real feats and write an exceptional page of self-transcendence.
    These individual stories, these extraordinary destinies highlight
    These individual stories, these extraordinary destinies highlight civic values, stories that shed light on history and the present in a different way.
    history and the present in a different way.
    It is this multiple history, through 30 Olympic Games and 15 Paralympic
    This exhibition presents this multiple history, through 30 Olympic Games and 15 Paralympic Games, by highlighting the extraordinary stories of sportsmen and women who have made their mark on contemporary history.
  • Environment
    • In town
    • Close to a public transportation
  • Spoken languages
    • French
Services
  • Accessibility
    • Accessible for self-propelled wheelchairs
  • Rates
  • Free
Schedules
Schedules
  • From April 5, 2024 until May 29, 2024
    Open On Tuesday, On Wednesday, On Thursday, On Friday, On Saturday
    * Tuesday from 3pm to 8pm. Wednesday and Saturday: 10am to 1pm and 2pm to 6pm. Thursday and Friday from 2pm to 6pm.