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Olympic flag by Pierre de Coubertin
The five rings symbolize the five continents. The six colors (counting with the white pigment of the foundation) represent all the world’s nations.
Outlined by Pierre de Coubertin in 1914 and used in the Olympic Games since 1920, the Olympic flag represent all of humanity and has a white bar with 5 interlocking rings of 5 colors.