The organizers of the London Olympics unveiled the torch route leading up to the 2012 Olympic Opening Ceremony on Monday.
The torch will essentially play tourist around the United Kingdom, visiting 1,018 spots along the route from May 19 through July 27. The torch will pass by Northern Ireland's Giant Causeway (June 4) and Stonehenge (which it will pass at sunrise on July 12), the Daily Mail reports.
Some 95% of the U.K.'s population will be within 10 miles of the route, organizers said.
We put together a smattering of the most popular and famous sites the torch will pass by.
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