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  • Mount Olympus is a mountain in Greece and was the supposed home of the mythical Greek gods.
  • Zeus' throne room is in the temple that resides at the top. A mountain called Mount Olympus is also located in Greece on Earth, which presumably got its' name from the mythological home of the gods, and according to myth, it was the home of the gods. Although this is later seen to be untrue, since Mount Olympus is located on Caltos.
  • TBA ("Souls of the Departed") TBA ("Labor of Love")
  • [Source] Mount Olympus is a major location in the 1997 Disney animated film Hercules. It is here where the Olympian Gods reside and discuss important matters of mortal affairs, or just lounge around, eating ambrosia and drinking wine all day.
  • Mount Olympus was the home of the Greek Gods.
  • Mount Olympus is a mountain in Greece that contains a portal to Olympus.
  • Mount Olympus is the highest mountain in Greece and the original location of Olympus, the original home of the Greek gods. It is no longer the location of Olympus because as Chiron explains, the city of Olympus has steadily moved west following the center of power of the Western Civilization over the centuries and is now in the United States of America. Olympus is currently located far above the Empire State Building on the 600th floor, while the original mountain remains in Greece.
  • Mount Olympus is the palace on Labyrinth Moors on the Meridian Ocean. The building was formerly owned by Kagan, Wokbok, Vsmeifudare and Monlizzy. Image:Icon boarding house.pngArr! This article about a building in Puzzle Pirates be a stub. Ye can help YPPedia by [ expanding it].
  • Mount Olympus is a fabled mountain in Daventry's legends, and the residence of the Olympian Gods of the Greek & Roman pantheon. It is ruled over by Zeus.
  • Mount Olympus is the tallest mountain on Mars. Before human colonization Mount Olympus was called Olympus Mons. Because of Mars lower gravitational pull, Mount Olympus is a very popular mountaineering spot.
  • Mount Olympus is the home of the Grecian gods that appears in the cartoon show episode "The Smurf Odyssey". On the top of the mountain is a temple where the gods generally convene, with Zeus, Hera, Hermes, and Pegasus as its main residents.
  • Mount Olympus is the highest mountain in Greece. It is located on the border of Macedonia and Thessaly.
  • Mt. Olympus is the home of the mythological Olympian Gods that Timmy Turner encounters during his visit there.
  • Three women known as the Gorgons had beauty that was causing great consternation to the gods of Mount Olympus, until Andromeda drove them away. Andromeda later married Perseus on Olympus.
  • Mount Olympus is the home of the Greek gods. Any of the Greek gods can teleport there, and besides climbing or flying to the top, there isn't any other way to get there. It is the tallest mountain in Greece between Thessaly and Macedonia.
  • For much of the quest, the gate through which you are supposed to enter to get to the area of Mount Olympus is closed and locked with a large padlock. You are not able to enter Mount Olympus until you get Hercules to help you by breaking the lock. Once he does that, you will enter, climb up to the top of the mountain and fight Zeus.
  • MEET PERCY JACKSON Logan Lerman will be visiting Habbo in July to talk about the upcoming DVD release of his movie, 'Percy Jackson & The Lightning Thief'."
  • Mount Olympus (pronounced: /oʊˈlɪmpəs,_ə-/; Greek: Όλυμπος; also transliterated as Olympos, and on Greek maps, Oros Olympos) is the highest mountain in Greece and the second highest mountain in the Balkans. It is located in the Olympus Range on the border between Thessaly and Macedonia, between the regional units of Pieria and Larissa, about km ( mi) southwest from Thessaloniki. Mount Olympus has 52 peaks, deep gorges, and exceptional biodiversity. The highest peak Mytikas, meaning "nose", rises to metres ( ft). It is one of the highest peaks in Europe in terms of topographic prominence.
  • According to Homer’s Odyssey, however, the peak never has storms and it basks in cloudless aithēr (Greek: “pure upper air”; thus “ether”). Later writers elaborated upon this description, which may have originated from the observation that the peak is often visible above a belt of relatively low clouds. There was also a place where the Throne of Zeus was located. The twelve Olympians and gods that resided at Mount Olympus were: Apart from the gods, the foot of the mountain was also the place where the nine Muses lived.
  • Mount Olympus is a beautiful mountain and the highest peak in Greece. At it's peak, is a large temple, which is the home of the Olympian Pantheon of gods. It is described as having huge (but not overly-so) rooms, each with no fewer than three windows that look out to a beautiful blue sky. The temperature is always pleasant and the air is scented with pine and filled with the sound of birds singing. The walls of it change depending on Zeus's mood. This article is a stub, or very short article, that is most likely incomplete and needs expansion.
  • Mount Olympus (; also transliterated as Mount Ólympos, and on modern maps, Óros Ólimbos) is the highest mountain in Greece at 2,917 meters high (9,570 feet). Since its base is located at sea level, it is one of the highest mountains in Europe, in real absolute altitude from base to top. It is situated at , in mainland Greece. It is located about 80 km away from Thessaloniki, Greece's second largest city.
  • Mount Olympus is the highest mountain in Greece, located in Thessaly. It was said to be the home of the Twelve Olympians, the principal gods in the Greek pantheon, who lived in crystal mansions. Greek mythology also dictates that, when Gaia gave birth to the Titans, they used the highest mountains in Greece as their thrones, with Cronos sitting on Mount Olympus itself.
  • Mount Olympus, originally existing on Earth and later moved to the space known as "Heaven" in Saint Seiya, was the residence of the 12 Olympian gods, founded by Zeus before the Titanomachy. It is also the original birthplace of the goddess Athena. Unlike Elysion, which was home to the souls of the good and was often visited by the gods, Olympus is completely exclusive to gods, goddesses and Angels. Some Angels are described in various religions and myths acting as messengers, but are best known for protecting the abode of the gods and being executors of the Divine Will.
  • Mount Olympus was a mountain in the ancient nation-state of Greece, located in Europe's Mediterranean region on Earth. It figured heavily in the universe of Greek mythology as the home of the gods. In reality, these gods were aliens with psychokinetic abilities that made them god-like to ancient Greeks. After Humans outgrew the need for such gods, they fled Olympus to Pollux IV.
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  • Mount Olympus is a mountain in Greece and was the supposed home of the mythical Greek gods.
  • Mount Olympus, originally existing on Earth and later moved to the space known as "Heaven" in Saint Seiya, was the residence of the 12 Olympian gods, founded by Zeus before the Titanomachy. It is also the original birthplace of the goddess Athena. Unlike Elysion, which was home to the souls of the good and was often visited by the gods, Olympus is completely exclusive to gods, goddesses and Angels. Some Angels are described in various religions and myths acting as messengers, but are best known for protecting the abode of the gods and being executors of the Divine Will. Olympus could only be visited by mortals whom the gods chose, but their stay was almost always temporary. Most often, invited humans were brought to Olympus to become gods themselves (such was the case of the prince Ganymede, Princess Ariadne, the hero Heracles and Princess Psyche in mythology). Humans who tried to scale the mountain uninvited and find the gods were punished severely (the classic example being the hero Bellerophon, who was struck by lightning for trying to climb Olympus). In Saint Seiya, it is known that several of the gods (Zeus, Artemis, Apollo and Ares) live here, as did Athena once. In Saint Seiya Next Dimension we saw some areas of Olympus: the Sanctuary of Artemis, the lake of time abode of the god chrono...
  • Zeus' throne room is in the temple that resides at the top. A mountain called Mount Olympus is also located in Greece on Earth, which presumably got its' name from the mythological home of the gods, and according to myth, it was the home of the gods. Although this is later seen to be untrue, since Mount Olympus is located on Caltos.
  • Mount Olympus (; also transliterated as Mount Ólympos, and on modern maps, Óros Ólimbos) is the highest mountain in Greece at 2,917 meters high (9,570 feet). Since its base is located at sea level, it is one of the highest mountains in Europe, in real absolute altitude from base to top. It is situated at , in mainland Greece. It is located about 80 km away from Thessaloniki, Greece's second largest city. Mount Olympus is noted for its very rich flora with several endemic species. The highest peak on Mount Olympus is Mitikas, which in Greek means "nose" (an alternative transliterated spelling of this name is "Mytikas"). Mitikas is the highest peak in Greece, the second highest being Skolio (2912 m). Any climb to Mount Olympus starts from the town of Litochoro, which took the name City of Gods because of its location on the roots of the mountain.
  • TBA ("Souls of the Departed") TBA ("Labor of Love")
  • [Source] Mount Olympus is a major location in the 1997 Disney animated film Hercules. It is here where the Olympian Gods reside and discuss important matters of mortal affairs, or just lounge around, eating ambrosia and drinking wine all day.
  • Mount Olympus was the home of the Greek Gods.
  • Mount Olympus is a mountain in Greece that contains a portal to Olympus.
  • Mount Olympus is the highest mountain in Greece, located in Thessaly. It was said to be the home of the Twelve Olympians, the principal gods in the Greek pantheon, who lived in crystal mansions. Greek mythology also dictates that, when Gaia gave birth to the Titans, they used the highest mountains in Greece as their thrones, with Cronos sitting on Mount Olympus itself. After the Great Titanomachy, Olympus' Palace was constructed by the Cyclopes, the one-eyed giants who were freed by Zeus from the depths of Tartarus. In their gratitude, they gave Zeus his trademark thunderbolts. Hephaestus, the talented god of the smiths and the forge, created all the furnishings and artwork on Olympus, even making some of the chairs and tables able to move themselves in and out of the celestial hall.
  • Mount Olympus is the highest mountain in Greece and the original location of Olympus, the original home of the Greek gods. It is no longer the location of Olympus because as Chiron explains, the city of Olympus has steadily moved west following the center of power of the Western Civilization over the centuries and is now in the United States of America. Olympus is currently located far above the Empire State Building on the 600th floor, while the original mountain remains in Greece.
  • Mount Olympus was a mountain in the ancient nation-state of Greece, located in Europe's Mediterranean region on Earth. It figured heavily in the universe of Greek mythology as the home of the gods. In reality, these gods were aliens with psychokinetic abilities that made them god-like to ancient Greeks. After Humans outgrew the need for such gods, they fled Olympus to Pollux IV. In 2267, attempting to bring Carolyn Palamas back from her reverie regarding Apollo, James T. Kirk remarked, "All right, lieutenant, you can come down from Mount Olympus now. You've got work to do." (TOS: "Who Mourns for Adonais?" ) In the script for DS9: "Distant Voices", for Dr. Julian Bashir's surprise birthday party in 2371, the crew of Deep Space 9 had the choices narrowed down to two different holosuite programs: a Greek palace on Mount Olympus or Louis Pasteur's house in Paris. This scene does not appear in the aired episode.
  • Mount Olympus is the palace on Labyrinth Moors on the Meridian Ocean. The building was formerly owned by Kagan, Wokbok, Vsmeifudare and Monlizzy. Image:Icon boarding house.pngArr! This article about a building in Puzzle Pirates be a stub. Ye can help YPPedia by [ expanding it].
  • Mount Olympus is a fabled mountain in Daventry's legends, and the residence of the Olympian Gods of the Greek & Roman pantheon. It is ruled over by Zeus.
  • Mount Olympus is the tallest mountain on Mars. Before human colonization Mount Olympus was called Olympus Mons. Because of Mars lower gravitational pull, Mount Olympus is a very popular mountaineering spot.
  • Mount Olympus is the home of the Grecian gods that appears in the cartoon show episode "The Smurf Odyssey". On the top of the mountain is a temple where the gods generally convene, with Zeus, Hera, Hermes, and Pegasus as its main residents.
  • Mount Olympus (pronounced: /oʊˈlɪmpəs,_ə-/; Greek: Όλυμπος; also transliterated as Olympos, and on Greek maps, Oros Olympos) is the highest mountain in Greece and the second highest mountain in the Balkans. It is located in the Olympus Range on the border between Thessaly and Macedonia, between the regional units of Pieria and Larissa, about km ( mi) southwest from Thessaloniki. Mount Olympus has 52 peaks, deep gorges, and exceptional biodiversity. The highest peak Mytikas, meaning "nose", rises to metres ( ft). It is one of the highest peaks in Europe in terms of topographic prominence. Olympus was notable in Greek mythology as the home of the Greek gods, on the Mytikas peak. Mount Olympus is also noted for its very rich flora with several species. It has been a National Park, the first one in Greece, since 1938. It is also a World's Biosphere Reserve. Every year thousands of people visit Olympus to admire its fauna and flora, to tour its slopes, and reach its peaks. Organized mountain refuges and various mountaineering and climbing routes are available to visitors who want to explore it. The usual starting point is the town of Litochoro, on the eastern foothills of the mountain, 100 km from Thessaloniki, where, in the beginning of every summer, the Olympus Marathon terminates. There are multiple theories for the origin of the name Olympus. It has been suggested that it means "sky", "bright", "high" or "rock". One theory holds that Olympus is a prehellenic toponym that simply means "mountain". In Turkish, the mountain is known as "Semavatevi", meaning "heavens' house".
  • Mount Olympus is the highest mountain in Greece. It is located on the border of Macedonia and Thessaly.
  • Mt. Olympus is the home of the mythological Olympian Gods that Timmy Turner encounters during his visit there.
  • Three women known as the Gorgons had beauty that was causing great consternation to the gods of Mount Olympus, until Andromeda drove them away. Andromeda later married Perseus on Olympus.
  • Mount Olympus is the home of the Greek gods. Any of the Greek gods can teleport there, and besides climbing or flying to the top, there isn't any other way to get there. It is the tallest mountain in Greece between Thessaly and Macedonia.
  • For much of the quest, the gate through which you are supposed to enter to get to the area of Mount Olympus is closed and locked with a large padlock. You are not able to enter Mount Olympus until you get Hercules to help you by breaking the lock. Once he does that, you will enter, climb up to the top of the mountain and fight Zeus.
  • MEET PERCY JACKSON Logan Lerman will be visiting Habbo in July to talk about the upcoming DVD release of his movie, 'Percy Jackson & The Lightning Thief'."
  • Mount Olympus is a beautiful mountain and the highest peak in Greece. At it's peak, is a large temple, which is the home of the Olympian Pantheon of gods. It is described as having huge (but not overly-so) rooms, each with no fewer than three windows that look out to a beautiful blue sky. The temperature is always pleasant and the air is scented with pine and filled with the sound of birds singing. The walls of it change depending on Zeus's mood. The interior of the mountain is hollow, with the summit of Olympus being held up by the Pillar of Olympus. Should the Pillar fall, then Olympus would crash down and hit the Earth with the force of a large comet, enough to at least disrupt the global climate and possibly knock the planet from orbit.("Full Circle") This article is a stub, or very short article, that is most likely incomplete and needs expansion.
  • According to Homer’s Odyssey, however, the peak never has storms and it basks in cloudless aithēr (Greek: “pure upper air”; thus “ether”). Later writers elaborated upon this description, which may have originated from the observation that the peak is often visible above a belt of relatively low clouds. There was also a place where the Throne of Zeus was located. The twelve Olympians and gods that resided at Mount Olympus were: * Zeus * Hera * Poseidon (stays under the water by choice) * Hades (stays in the underworld by choice) * Demeter * Athena * Ares * Aphrodite * Apollo * Artemis * Hephaestus * Hermes * Dionysus or * Hestia (depending on the myth) * Hebe * Herakles (protector of the Gods) * Momus (banned) Apart from the gods, the foot of the mountain was also the place where the nine Muses lived.
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