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Earlier this year in Greece, the Olympic Flame began its ceremonial journey by torch to the site of the Summer Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The games opening ceremonies take place at Maracana Stadium on Aug. 5.

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    1. Rio Olympic light relay

    2. Actress Katerina Lechou (right) acting the high pristess passes the fire from the Olympic light at the Ancient Stadium amid the practice for the Lighting Ceremony of the Olympic Flame at Ancient Olympia on April 20 in Olympia, Greece. (Milos Bicanski/Getty Images)

    3. President of the Hellenic Olympic Committee Spiros Kapralos (second left) hands over the Olympic Flame to Syrian displaced person Ibrahim al-Hussein (second right), an amputee swimmer, amid the Olympic Flame light transfer at the Eleonas exile camp in Athens, Greece, on April 26. (Alkis Konstantinidis/Reuters)

    4. Three-time gold Olympic weightlifting medalist Pyrros Dimas lights a cauldron with the Olympic Flame, as his kids stand by, on the Acropolis slope as the Parthenon sanctuary is found out of sight in Athens, Greece, on April 26. (Alkis Konstantinidis/Reuters)

    5. The official plane touching base with the Olympic fire from Geneva in Brasilia, Brazil, on May 3. The Olympic light will go through 329 urban communities from all states from the north toward the south of Brazil, before touching base in Rio de Janeiro on August 5, for the lighting of the cauldron. (Buda Mendes/Getty Images)

    6. Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff (right) lights a cauldron with the Olympic Flame beside Fabiana Claudino, commander of the Brazilian volleyball group, amid the Olympic Flame light transfer at Planalto Palace in Brasilia on May 3. (Ueslei Marcelino/Reuters)

    7. Brazilian volleyball player Fabiana Claudino holds the Olympic light subsequent to getting it from Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff at Planalto Palace in Brasilia taking after the fire's landing in Brazil on May 3 to start it's adventure the nation over before the begin of the 2016 Olympic Games on Aug. 5. The light will go to more than 300 towns and urban communities conveyed by about 12,000 transfer runners before touching base at the mythic Maracana stadium to commence the primary Olympics in South America. (Evaristo Sa/AFP/Getty Images)

    8. Canoeist Rubens Pompeu joins in the Olympic Flame light hand-off at Paranoa lake in Brasilia on May 3. (Adriano Machado/Reuters)

    9. Military policemam torchbearer Manoel Costa slips from the Juscelino Kubitschek span in Brasilia on May 3. Beset President Dilma Rousseff welcomed the Olympic fire in Brazil on Tuesday, promising not to permit a seething political emergency, which could see her suspended inside days, to ruin the Rio Games. (Yasuyoshi Chiba/AFP/Getty Images)

    10. Former marathon runner Vanderlei Cordeiro de Lima joins in the Olympic Flame light hand-off before the Brasilia's Cathedral on May 3. (Andrea Morao/Rio2016 by means of Reuters)

    11. Brazilian firefighter Haudson Alves (left) hands over the Olympic Flame to previous Brazil's World Cup 2010 chief, Lucio, amid the Olympic Flame light transfer at Mane Garrincha stadium in Brasilia, Brazil, on May 3. (Ueslei Marcelino/Reuters)

    12. The Icarus Pereira swimmer takes the Olympic light , swimming in the pool water complex Claudio Coutinho on May 3 in Brasilia. The Olympic light will go through 329 urban areas from all states from the north toward the south of Brazil, before touching base in Rio de Janeiro on Aug. 5, for the lighting of the cauldron. (Igo Estrela/Getty Images)

    13. Former PM mounted mobilized police sargent Helvio Pompilio joined by an escort of National Force tip top police national unit faculty, conveys the Olympic Torch in Brasilia on May 3. Beset President Dilma Rousseff welcomed the Olympic fire in Brazil on Tuesday, promising not to permit a furious political emergency, which could see her suspended inside days, to ruin the Rio Games. (Evaristo Sa/AFP/Getty Images)

    14. Brazil's Jose Batista holds the Olympic light overtop as he rides his steed, amid the light hand-off in Brasilia on May 3. (Ueslei Marcelino/Reuters)

    15. Horse-mounted mobilized police sargent Elayne Silva conveys the Olympic Torch in Brasili on May 3. (Ueslei Marcelino/Reuters)

    16. Brazilian indigenous competitor Kamukaika Lappa Yawalapiti conveys the Olympic Torch and amid a private service at the Indigenous Peoples Memorial in Brasilia on May 2. (Yasuyoshi Chiba/AFP/Getty Images)

    17. Brazilian artist twosome Zeze di Camargo and Luciano as they conveyed the Olympic light in Pirenopolis, Goias State on May 4. (Fernando Soutello/Rio 2016 by means of Reuters)

    18. Antonio Caldas conveys the Olympic Torch in Itaberai of Goias State on May 5. (Fernando Soutello/Rio 2016 by means of AFP/Getty Images)

    19. Torchbearer artist Fausto Carraro playing as a guitar with the Olympic light in Goiania, Goias state, Brazil, on May 5. (Fernando Soutello/Rio 2016 through AFP/Getty Images)

    20. A lady inclines out to watch the entry of the Olympic light in Ouro Preto, Minas Gerais, Brazil on May 13. (Douglas Magno/AFP/Getty Images)

    21. Brazilian Nina Dubois conveys the Olympic Torch in Belo Horizonte, Minas Gerais state, Brazil on May 14. (Douglas Magno/AFP/Getty Images)

    22. Resident Luiz Lima participates in the Olympic Flame light transfer in Garanhuns, Pernambuco state, on May 30. (Andre Mourao/Rio2016 by means of Reuters )

    23. Brazilian surfer Carlos Burle partakes in the Olympic Flame light transfer in Ipojuca, Pernambuco state, on June 1. (Marcos de Paula/Rio2016 by means of Reuters)

    24. Resident Geovana Teles partakes in the Olympic Flame light transfer at Luster collapse Chapada Diamantina, Bahia state, on May 23. (Andre Mourao/Rio2016 by means of Reuters )

    25. Resident Patricia Bastos joins in the Olympic Flame light transfer at Curiau waterway in Macapa, Amapa state, on June 16. (Fernando Soutello/Rio2016 through Reuters )

    26. Brazilian swimmer Jefferson Mascarenhas, joins in the Olympic Flame light hand-off before the Arena da Amazonia stadium in Manaus, Amazonas state, on June 19. (Bruno Kelly/Reuters)

    27. Resident Davi Souza gives a fish to a "Boto Cor-de-Rosa" (Pink River Dolphin), as he joins in the Olympic Flame light transfer at Solimoes River in Iranduba city, Amazonas state, on June 20. (Fernando Soutello/Rio2016 by means of Reuters)

    28. The Olympic lights in Brasilia on May 3. (Fernando Soutello/Rio 2016 by means of Reuters)

    29. Dessana indigenous shaman Raimundo Dessana holds the Olympic Torch amid a custom at the Tupe Reservation in the edges of Manaus, Amazonas, Brazil, on June 20. (Rapheel Alves/AFP/Getty Images)

    30. Resident Manoel de Castro participates in the Olympic Flame light hand-off in Sao sebastiao, Rondonia state, on June 22. (Andre Luiz Mello/Rio2016 through Reuters)

    31. A torchbearer holding the Olympic fire at Iguazu Falls in Foz do Iguacu, Parana State, on July 1. The Rio 2016 Olympic and Paralympic Games will be held in Brazil from Aug. 5-21 and Sept. 7-18 separately. (Andre Mourao/Rio2016 by means of AFP/Getty Images)