(Winter Olympics asked "Ji") How many Winter Olympic torches does the Overseas Chinese Ice and Snow Museum in Chongli collect?

  China News Service, Shijiazhuang, February 16 (Pei Guorong and Li Xiaowei) In Chongli District, Zhangjiakou City, Hebei Province, the "Small Winter Olympic City", there is a famous building - the Chongli Overseas Chinese Ice and Snow Museum.

As China's first ice and snow and Winter Olympics-themed museum, the torches collected here are definitely worth seeing.

  Since the 6th Oslo Winter Olympics opened the Winter Olympics torch lighting ceremony, to the 23rd Pyeongchang Winter Olympics, the torches of 11 Winter Olympics have been collected in the Chongli Overseas Chinese Ice and Snow Museum.

Among them, the torch of the 6th Oslo Winter Olympics in 1952, as the first torch in the history of the Winter Olympics, is particularly precious.

  The torch of the 11th Sapporo Winter Olympics in 1972, as the first torch to be held and lit in Asia, is also of great significance.

  The torch of the 12th Innsbruck Winter Olympics in 1976 also has special historical significance.

Because 1976 was the second time the city hosted the Winter Olympics.

Previously, Innsbruck hosted the 9th Winter Olympics in 1964.

The torch collected by the Chongli Overseas Chinese Ice and Snow Museum Photo courtesy of the Chongli Overseas Chinese Ice and Snow Museum

  The torch of the 19th Salt Lake City Winter Olympics in 2002 was the first time that glass elements were incorporated into torch manufacturing.

It is worth mentioning that at the Winter Olympics, Chinese athlete Yang Yang won the gold medal in the women's short track speed skating 500m.

  The 24th Beijing Winter Olympics is in full swing at our doorstep.

The torch of the Beijing Winter Olympics is named "Flying", which means the meeting of ice and fire and the flying of passion.

It uses hydrogen as fuel and is the world's first high-pressure hydrogen storage torch, achieving zero carbon emissions from torches in the history of the Winter Olympics.

  At present, the Chongli Overseas Chinese Ice and Snow Museum's collection of the Beijing Winter Olympics torch is also in progress.

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