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Pictures: Olympics closing ceremony

Newsround takes a look back at the best moments from the Olympics closing ceremony.
And it ended with fireworks. A perfect finish to the most inspiring two weeks Great Britain has seen.
Fireworks at the London 2012 Olympics closing ceremony
Towards the end of the ceremony the Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, handed over the Olympic flag to Jacques Rogge, the President of the International Olympic Committee. This will now be passed on to Brazil who are hosting the next Olympics in 2016.
Olympic flag handed over at the London 2012 Olympics closing ceremony
The cauldron which burned brightly for 16 days was lowered and the 204 individual petals representing each country were extinguished.
Flames on 204 individual petals representing each country participating at the Olympics
After 16 days of sport, 302 events and 858 medals, it was time for the London 2012 Olympic Games to end.
London 2012 Olympics closing ceremony
More than 4,000 people performed in the closing ceremony with athletes from every country represented in the crowd.
Performers at the London 2012 Olympics closing ceremony
But the star performers of the night were the Spice Girls! The biggest girl group of the 90s got back together for one night to perform their massive hits Wannabe and Spice up Your Life.
Spice Girls performing at the London 2012 Olympics closing ceremony
Britain's strong fashion industry was shown off with the country's top models walking down catwalks on the Union Jack flag.
British models at London 2012 Olympics closing ceremony
The greats of the British music world performed in the ceremony. Jessie J sang a medley of her hits and joined the band Queen on stage.
Jessie J and Brian May performing at the London 2012 Olympics closing ceremony
Just like the opening ceremony, Britishness was the theme of the night with landmarks like the London Eye recreated in the stadium.
Statue of the London Eye at London 2012 Olympics closing ceremony
Representing the Queen for the ceremony was Prince Harry. The Duchess of Cambridge was also there with him.
Prince Harry and the Duchess of Cambridge at the London 2012 Olympics closing ceremony