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|Host city||Albertville, France|
|Countries visited||Greece, France and Monaco|
|Distance||5,536 kilometres (3,440 mi)|
|Start date||December 14, 1991|
|End date||February 8, 1992|
|Torch designer||Philippe Starck|
|1992 Winter Olympics|
The 1992 Winter Olympics torch relay took part as part of the build-up to the 1992 Winter Olympics hosted in Albertville, France. The route covered around 5,536 kilometres (3,440 mi) and involved 5,500. Michel Platini and François-Cyrille Grange lit the cauldron at the opening ceremony.
Designed by French artist, Philippe Starck. The torch resembles a horn of a bull or a flame (if turned upside down).
January 20 (day 38): Tarbes
January 31 (day 49): Montélimar
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