How many countries have hosted both the summer and winter Olympics?

The first International Summer Olympic games were held in 1896 in Greece, Athens from 6th to 15th April. The second International Summer Olympic games were held in France, Paris in 1900 from 14th May to 28th October and had no opening or closing ceremonies, and the first winter Olympics were held in France in 1924 from January 25th to February 5th.

The 3rd summer Olympic games were held in the United States of America at St. Louis, Missouri from 29th August to September 3rd in 1904 and the winter Olympics in 1932, United States, New York from 4th to 15th February. the winter games were held by the United States in California. In 1968, France from the February 6th to 18th and In 1980, United States, New York from February 13th to the 24th. In 2002, the United States, Utah from 8th February to the 24th. Stockholm, Sweden held the 1912 summer Olympics from 5th May to 22nd July. In 1920, the summer Olympics were held in Belgium at Antwerp, while France, Paris held the summer Olympics in 1924. In 1928, the summer Olympic games were held in Netherlands, Amsterdam. In 1932, the summer Olympic games were taken back to the United States in Los Angeles, California from 30th July to 14th August.

In 1936, Germany held both the summer and winter Olympics. The winter Olympics started on February 6th to the 16th the 1948 Olympics were held in London, the UK, in 1952 they were held in Helsinki, Finland, in 1956 the Olympics were moved to Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. The other countries that held the summer Olympics from 1960 to 2021 respectively include; Italy – Rome, Japan – Tokyo, Mexico – Mexico City, Germany – Munich, Canada – Montreal, Russia – Moscow, United States, South Korea, Spain, China, United Kingdom, and Brazil.

. In 1956 Italy held the Winter Olympics from January 25th to February 5th at Cortina D’Ampezzo. In 1960, In 1972, Japan from 3rd to 13th February. In 1988, Calgary, Canada from February 13th to the 28th. In 1992 France from February 8th to 23rd. In 1998, held in Nagano, Japan from February 7th to the 22nd. In 2006, Italy from February 10th to the 26th. In 2010, British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada from 12h February o the 28th. In 2014, Russia – Sochi from February 7th to the 23rd. In 2018, South Korea, from 9th to 25th February.

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