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Projet urbain et Jeux Olympiques: le cas d'Athènes 2004

Abstract : Beyond the international sporting event they represent, Olympic Games are also a real catalyst for urban change they cause or accelerating. Indeed, they can be seen as an organizational tool, development and equipment of the host cities who have to service all Games a range of sports facilities , transport , accommodation ... that support the effective course of the global event . 2004 marks the return of the Olympic Games on the territory where they were born ; Athens hosted the first games of the third millennium . However, the Greek capital is a framework especially since this ancient city , archaeological and architectural history so rich, is also recent capital and the diachronic proves difficult to manage from the point of view of its planning and organization . She never had a real scheme land that is respected. But hosting the Olympic Games, and requirements related to them in terms of territorial equipment constitutes an ultimatum agglomeration must solve urban problems it faces, especially since his spectacular began in the late 60s development. The objective of this thesis is to evaluate the impacts of the 2004 Olympics on the organization and development of the Athenian territory , the balance between urban project and the Olympic project and thus advance the understanding of the relationship " cities and Olympics " and more generally between "sport and space."
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Adeline Henry. Projet urbain et Jeux Olympiques: le cas d'Athènes 2004. Géographie. Université de Franche-Comté, 2005. Français. ⟨tel-00924169⟩



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