Το θέμα την Τελετή Έναρξης XIII Παγκόσμιους Θερινούς Αγώνες Special Olympic Αθήνα 2011 είναι η «αναπαράσταση» της Οδύσσειας του Ομήρου

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An impressive sight with “representation” of the Odyssey of Homer reserves for the opening ceremony of the XIII World Summer Games Special Olympics, to be held on June 25 at the Panathenaic Stadium. The ship of Odysseus, Poseidon, the Cyclops Polyphemus, the Sirens and the sun on his chariot star in this spectacle, accompanied by music, animation and special lighting. 

The Odyssey also the ambiguous content is particularly suitable as a direct reference to the daily adventure of living children with disabilities. That is why the Central Archaeological Council, which presented the program of the ceremony accepted the request, although in many places is not consistent with a monument. Fokas Evangelinos will have the overall command of the event, Stephen Korkolis took the music, Theodoros Grigoriadis writes texts, Elijah Ledakis make scenery and costumes by Elli Papageorgakopoulou.

A self-propelled ship construction in the form of nine lifting platforms for lifting people up to six meters above the ground are some of the most spectacular elements of the program. Otherwise: In the center of the track of the stadium will be placed on an undulating platform (length 250 meters and a width of 8 meters) and above it will be set up two tents. Also air four set design construction _ of Odysseus, Polyphemus, the Chariot of the Sun and moving electromechanical sirens _tha controlled by a system similar to that of the ceremonies of the Olympic Games in 2004. A huge screen in the form of a circular disk (diameter 22.8 meters) will also be erected outside the stadium to face the petal to show what happens to it.

Nothing but all these will not damage the monument, as stated by the organizers after the construction is irreversible and will not be grounded on the ancient parts of the stadium. As for the closing ceremony, however, to be held on July 4, it includes songs and dances of traditional Greek bands and will use the same settings for reasons of economy.

 

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