Peace Flame: Hiroshima Memorial Park – Japan
It includes the “fires of religion” from 12 Buddhist streams, the “fires of industry” from factories across the country, and the “unquenchable spiritual fire” of Miyajima Misen, which has been burning for 1200 years in Hiroshima.
embers of the atomic bomb from Hoshino village
The embers of the atomic bomb from Hoshino village from the Peace Tower at Hoshino village
Peace light of Bethlehem from the Nativity Church
The Peace light of Bethlehem from the Nativity Church in Bethlehem, Palestine
Eternal Flame of the Yad Vashem
Yad Vashem is a national memorial to the Jewish victims of the Holocaust, on Herzl Hill in West Jerusalem.
Flame of Commitment from Nagasak
The Flame of Commitment from the Urakami Cathedral in Nagasaki, Japan
The light of transfiguration of Jesus
The light of transfiguration is taken from the light of the church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem.
Eternal Flame of Honganji
The Eternal Flame of Honganji from Nishi-Hongwanji in Kyoto, Japan
Lights of Lourdes
The Lights of Lourdes from the Grotto of Apparitions Sanctuary in Lourdes, France
Eternal Flame of Martin Luther King Jr.
The Eternal Flame of Martin Luther King Jr. from the King Center in Atlanta, Georgia, USA
Peace light of Assisi
It has continued to burn as a symbol of peace, and as a symbol of a way of life in which humanity, nature, and the universal Holy Spirit unify, inheriting the spirit of the 13th-century saints St. Francis and St. Claire of Assisi.
Kiezunohi, Miyajima, Japan
It’s a 1200 years burning fire. Originallay, lit by master Kukai for a ceremony.
Buddha’s flame, Lumbini
“Eternal Peace Flame” located at the Lumbini, Nepal. The born place of Shakyamuni Buddha.
The Eternal Flame of Mahatma Gandhi
This flame is burning at Raj Ghat, the Mahatma Gandhi memorial in Delhi, India, built in1951, commemorating his legacy and contribution to the humanity.
Flame of Ambedkar
B. R. Ambedkar, who drafted the Constitution of India at the time of independence, about the abolition of the caste system, is called the father of modern Indian Buddhism. Flame located at Chaitya Bhoomi, Mumbai, India.
Freedom Fire (Liberation Fire)
This fire commemorates the liberation of The Netherlands in May 1945 and stands as a symbol of freedom and peace that is spread from Wageningen to the whole country, lit at local Liberation festivals each year on 5 May.