Details of the Northern Ireland leg of the Olympic Torch Run have been published today.
The flame arrives in Belfast on Sunday June 3rd, with relay runners carrying it to more than 60 towns and villages as well as a number of beauty spots over five days.
Torchbearers will carry the flame over the famous Carrick-a-rede rope bridge.
On Monday June 4th, the flame arrives in Derry, via Coleraine, Limavady and Greysteel
The following day, it travels to Newry, via Strabane, Omagh and Enniskillen.n It will then be brought to Dublin in Convoy for a tour of the city, before being brought back to Belfast via Newry and Lisburn.
The Torch Run continues until the Olympic Flame is lit at the opening ceremony on Friday July 27th.