Olympus - Wikipedia Olympus From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to navigation Jump to search Look up olympus in Wiktionary, the free dictionary.Olympus or Olympos (Ancient Greek: Ὄλυμπος) may refer to: Contents 1 Mountains 1.1 In antiquity 1.1.1 Greece 1.1.2 Turkey 1.1.3 Cyprus 1.2 In modern times 1.2.1 United States 1.2.2 New Zealand 1.2.3 Solar System 2 People 3 Communities 3.1 Greece 3.2 Turkey 3.3 United States 4 Business 5 Entertainment 6 Other 7 See also Mountains[edit] See also: List of peaks named Olympus In antiquity[edit] Greece[edit] Mount Olympus in Macedonia, northern Greece, the home of the twelve gods of Olympus in Greek mythology Mount Olympus (Lesvos), located in Lesbos Mount Olympus (Euboea), located in Euboea Mount Olympus (Attica), located in East Attica Mount Olympus (Skyros), located in Skyros Mount Lykaion, located in ArcadiaTurkey[edit] Mysian Olympus (present-day Uludağ), in northwest Turkey Paphlagonian Olympus (present-day Arıt Dağı near Bartın) Mount Nif (present-day Nif Dağı in Aegean Turkey) Lycian Olympus (present-day Tahtalı Dağı near Kemer)Cyprus[edit] Mount Olympus (Cyprus), the highest point (1952 m) on the island of CyprusIn modern times[edit] United States[edit] Mount Olympus (Washington), on the Olympic Peninsula Mount Olympus (Utah), on the Wasatch Front Mount Olympus (San Francisco), in the Ashbury Heights neighborhoodNew Zealand[edit] Mount Olympus, the 2,096-meter mountain range, which contains Mount Olympus Ski Area, located in the South Island of New ZealandSolar System[edit] Olympus Mons (Mars), the tallest known volcano and mountain in the solar systemPeople[edit] Olympus (musician), two semi-mythical musicians from the time of Ancient GreeceCommunities[edit] Greece[edit] Olympos, Karpathos, a town on the Karpathos Island Dio-Olympos, Pieria, a municipal unit in the foothils of the mythic Mount OlympusTurkey[edit] Olympos (Lycia), village in the heart of the Olympos coastal national parkUnited States[edit] Mount Olympus, Los Angeles, a neighborhood in the Hollywood Hills, California Mount Olympus, Indiana, an unincorporated place Mount Olympus, Utah, a census-designated placeBusiness[edit] Olympus Corporation, a Japanese optics and imaging company Olympus tension leg platform, an oil rig in the Gulf of Mexico Rolls-Royce Olympus, a jet engine and marine turbine Mt. Olympus Water & Theme Park, Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin Olympus, a codename for the third version of phpBB, phpBB3Entertainment[edit] Olympos (novel), a science fiction novel by American author Dan Simmons Olympus Rally, a motorsport event in the Washington State, USA The Battle of Olympus, a video game for the Nintendo Entertainment System Olympus (Marvel Comics), a fictional location in Marvel Comics Twilight in Olympus, a 1998 album by progressive metal band Symphony X Olympos is a board game from Philippe Keyaerts published by Rio Grande Games Percy Jackson (novel), a book based on Greek mythology and the Olympian gods by Rick Riordan Olympus Has Fallen, a 2013 American action thriller film Olympus (TV series), a 2015 Canadian fantasy television series that premiered on Syfy on April 2, 2015Other[edit] Olympus, a New Zealand company sailing ship the brought 159 settlers to Wellington, New Zealand in 1840 Olympus, an alternate name for Bigelow Aerospace's BA 2100 spacecraft FC Olimp Ungheni, the name of the Moldovan football club CS Moldova-03 Ungheni during 2008-2011 Olympus College, a high school in Arnhem, The Netherlands Olympus High School, a high school in Utah, USA USS Mount Olympus (AGC-8), a World War II US Navy shipSee also[edit] Olympe (disambiguation) Disambiguation page providing links to articles with similar titlesThis disambiguation page lists articles associated with the title Olympus. 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