2009-12-15
The hosts of Euro 2012 presented the logo of the Euro 2012 on the Michajlowski square in Kiev. It is a flower, whose leaves are in the national colors of Poland and Ukraine. Also announced the tournament password: "Creating History Together".
The stem in a figurative mark symbolizes the European football federation, while the two blooming flowers are two rapidly developing countries.

In Warsaw, the logo will be presented at 18.00 at the Palace of Culture, at the site of from the Marszalkowska street.

In other cities, it can be viewed at the following dates:
16 and 17 December Donetsk (Opera Solowianenki) and Gdansk (Green Gate)
18 and 19 December Kharkiv (Bank Nadra) and Poznan (CK Zamek)
20 and 21 December Wroclaw (BZ WBK Central Market)
21 and 22 December Lviv (Lviv Opera House).

Logo is in the form of bright illumination, and its author is Swiss Gerry Hofstetter.

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