Published Monday, 11 March 2013
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The flame, which will be placed next to Derry~Londonderry's historic Guildhall, will burn 24 hours a day as a symbol of hope.
It's one of a few Peace Flames which have been lit around the world including in the Netherlands, USA, Australia and Belgium - and will be the first for Ireland north or south.
On Monday, pupils from around 50 schools came together where the beacon will be lit and were asked to write personal peace pledges, in no more than 25 words, which will be inscribed on the bricks which will be laid in the ground leading to the flame.
And local church, community and education leaders passed out 10 peace lanterns.
"It's going to be something that we appreciate every time we see it," said Rev David Latimer of the 1st Derry Presbyterian Church, one of the organisers.
"All of us have a role to play - and imagine the World Peace Flame will be located right in this urban park and it's going to burn eternally.
"This is a visible and physical sign of peace, a light in the darkness."
The foundation behind the World Peace Flames, which is based in the Netherlands, said the flames are not just focal points, but have also become visitor attractions.
One in The Hague is said to be viewed by 100,000 people every year.
"Imagine an eternally burning World Peace Flame in your community, acting as a catalyst to bring people together and build peace," the foundation said.
"Wherever it has been installed in a monument, the World Peace Flame has become a meeting point for its neighbourhood."
The Peace Flame will arrive in the city in May.