7 November 2011
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Day 1, 19 May - The Eden Project. A torchbearer will be at the tourist attraction in a balloon with the Flame in a lantern. The Project, near St Austell in Cornwall, was built as part of the Millennium celebrations in 2000 in an old china clay quarry for people to learn about the environment.
Day 1, 19 May - St Michael's Mount, Cornwall. Once a bustling port for Cornwall’s booming tin industry, an apparition of the Archangel St Michael in the late 5th Century turned the mount into a thriving religious centre.
Day 11, 29 May - Snowdonia National Park. The Snowdon Mountain Railway takes visitors up to the summit of Mount Snowdon, some 3,560 feet above sea level, making it the highest mountain in Wales and England. The Flame will travel in a lantern on the train up to the summit.
Day 12, 30 May - Pontcysyllte Aqueduct, Wrexham. The torch will travel by hand-drawn boat across Thomas Telford's 1,000 ft (305m) cast-iron aqueduct, which was started in 1795 and took a decade to build. It became a World Heritage Site in 2009.
Day 13, 31 May - Jodrell Bank. The Lovell Telescope at the astrophysics centre is one of the biggest radio telescopes in the world. It was built in the summer of 1957 and has a diameter of nearly 250 feet. A torchbearer will climb the telescope and have their photograph taken holding the torch.
Day 14, 1 June - Crosby Beach. The torch will pass through Sefton, under the steady gaze of Anthony Gormley's life-size body cast statues. The 100 figures are spread out over nearly two miles along the shore and stretch for just over half a mile out to sea.
Day 15, 2 June - Isle of Man. The TT races take place in May and June every year on the island. One of the torchbearers will carry the flame while travelling in a sidecar. The races started more than 100 years ago with the event celebrating its centenary in 2007.
Day 17, 4 June - Giant's Causeway. This Northern Ireland landmark is an area of around 40,000 interlocking basalt columns which was made the country's first World Heritage Site in 1986. A torchbearer will be photographed on the columns, which form a path down towards the sea.
Day 26, 12 June - Forth Rail Bridge. The cantilever rail bridge was opened in 1890 and it is nearly 8,300 ft long. It connects Edinburgh with Fife as well as the south-east and north-east of Scotland with each other.
Day 34, 21 June - Windermere. During its time in the Lake District, the flame will cross Windermere from Waterhead to Bowness-on-Windermere in a steamer, carried in a mix of lanterns and torches.
Day 43, 30 June - Black Country Living Museum, Dudley. Created as a tribute to the traditional skills and enterprise of industrial Britain's heartland, the buildings are brought to life by costumed craftsmen. The torchbearers will travel by a combination of canal boat and tram.
Day 55, 12 July - Stonehenge. The ancient group of stones is believed to have been constructed between 4,000 and 5,000 years ago and was added to the list of World Heritage Sites in 1986.