Villa Muller: A Work of Adolf Loos
Princeton Architectural Press, 1997 - Architecture - 105 pages
A collection of documentaries that explore the history and spirit of the Olympic Games. 'The Olympic Spirit' traces the history of the Olympic Games from their origin in Ancient Greece to their revival in 1896, under the stewardship of Baron Pierre de Coubertin, and subsequent growth. 'Greatest Moments of the Olympics' contains a series of two-minute vignettes that set out to capture the spirit of the Olympic Games. Finally, 'Olympic Sports' takes an in-depth look at the history and evolution of individual Olympic sports including sprinting, middle distance running, swimming, diving and cycling and includes interviews with current Olympic champions Pieter Van Den Hoogenband and Michael Phelps.
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