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European Olympic Games Minsk 2019 & EYOF Baku 2019


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Twice in less than a month, the Flame of Peace returned to shine over Rome.


Ara Pacis in Rome, April 12 and May 3, 2019

The Flame of Peace
Ignites at the Ara Pacis for the European Olympic Games

The historic Flame of Peace illuminated Rome twice in less than a month, thanks to ceremonies held at the ancient temple of the Ara Pacis, the oldest ancient temple dedicated to Peace. These events, curated by Filmmaster for the European Olympic Committees (EOC), took place on April 12 and May 3, celebrating the presentation of the European Youth Olympic Festival (EYOF) in Baku 2019 and the second edition of the European Games in Minsk 2019, respectively. Both summer multisport festivals are reserved for European athletes, aiming to spread the spirit of peace and brotherhood among people, in line with the values of the Olympic tradition.

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The Presentation
Of the Golden Olive Tree of the Goddess Pax

During the ceremonies, EOC President Janez Kocijancic symbolically presented the Golden Olive Tree of the Goddess Pax to the institutional representatives of Azerbaijan and Belarus. This symbol, created by Apulian goldsmith Michele Amato, was modeled after a millennial olive tree and was presented to the Organizing Committees to accompany the Olympic Torches to Baku and Minsk. The presentation was accompanied by an extraordinary performance by the Cantering Choir directed by Ludovico Versino.

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