Andersen, Hendrick Christian [Hrsg.]; Hébrard, Ernest M.   [Hrsg.]
Creation of a world centre of communication — Paris, 1913

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PHYSICAL CULTURE OR OLYMPIC CENTRE. 43

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ture. Exhibitions may here be given under cover and bathers and athletes
assemble after their bath and exercises. Ample space is provided for a Hall
of Casts from life to be made from athletes, showing the development of the
various parts of the body, when these have attained a sufficient degree of
excellence to be worth preserving. This hall for keeping the records of

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GYMNASIA. — LONGITUDINAL AND TRANSVERSAL SECTIONS

measurements is closely connected with the medical and hygiene department,
for nothing is more valuable in the progress of physical development than
records, for comparison and reference. The big Open-air Pool adjoins the
great hall and occupies the same width. It is almost entirely surrounded
by a peristyle. Two pylons give outside passers-by a view of this portico
and of the two handsome apses of the interior facade.

Dispersed through the gardens on either side of the Gymnasia and of
the great Stadium, are Out-of-door Gymnasia, Running-tracks, an Arena for

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