Beijing Summer Olympics Mascot Plush Huanhuan the Olympic Flame 14 inches  Offered by #MyTexasTreasures on Bonanza.com

Beijing Summer Olympics Mascot Plush Huanhuan the Olympic Flame 14 in

Beijing Summer Olympics Mascot Plush Huanhuan the Olympic Flame 14 inches Offered by #MyTexasTreasures on Bonanza.com

Who the London 2012 Performance | Extinguishing the Olympic Flame - YouTube

Who the London 2012 Performance | Extinguishing the Olympic Flame - YouTube

Olympics flame burns brightly - A look back at the Olympics flame ahead of Rio 2016 Opening Ceremony - The Olympic Flame at the National Stadium on Day 7 of the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games on August 15, 2008 in Beijing, China.

Olympics flame burns brightly - A look back at the Olympics flame ahead of Rio 2016 Opening Ceremony - The Olympic Flame at the National Stadium on Day 7 of the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games on August 15, 2008 in Beijing, China.

London Olympics opening ceremony sees 9.66m tweets, beats Beijing 2008 total in 24 hours

London 2012 Olympics Opening Ceremony Generated 9.66 Million Tweets

London Olympics opening ceremony sees 9.66m tweets, beats Beijing 2008 total in 24 hours

The Olympic Flame at the National Stadium on Day 7 of the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games on August 15, 2008 in Beijing, China.

The Olympic Flame at the National Stadium on Day 7 of the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games on August 15, 2008 in Beijing, China.

Top Cities to Visit #4: Beijing, China is one of the largest and oldest settlements in the world. With a history of more than 3,000 years, the city is home to some of the most important monuments in China, including remnants of the Great Wall and the Forbidden Palace. #GreatWall #ForbiddenPalace

Top Cities to Visit #4: Beijing, China is one of the largest and oldest settlements in the world. With a history of more than 3,000 years, the city is home to some of the most important monuments in China, including remnants of the Great Wall and the Forbidden Palace. #GreatWall #ForbiddenPalace

Olympic Cauldron - Atlanta, GA USA - 1996 Summer Olympic Games

Olympic Cauldron - Atlanta, GA USA - 1996 Summer Olympic Games

Olympic Cauldron - Closing Ceremony 2008 - Beijing, China

Olympic Cauldron - Closing Ceremony 2008 - Beijing, China

Beijing, 2008: The Fuwa  Collectively known as the Fuwa (Chinese for "good luck dolls"), the five mascots of the Beijing Olympics corresponded to the five Olympic rings, as well as to five Feng Shui elements. From left, there was Nini, a swallow; Yingying, a Tibetan antelope; Huanhuan, the Olympic flame; Beibei, a fish, and Jinging, a giant panda. The five names form the Chinese phrase "Beijing huan ying ni," which means "Beijing welcomes you."

Beijing, 2008: The Fuwa Collectively known as the Fuwa (Chinese for "good luck dolls"), the five mascots of the Beijing Olympics corresponded to the five Olympic rings, as well as to five Feng Shui elements. From left, there was Nini, a swallow; Yingying, a Tibetan antelope; Huanhuan, the Olympic flame; Beibei, a fish, and Jinging, a giant panda. The five names form the Chinese phrase "Beijing huan ying ni," which means "Beijing welcomes you."

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