- Olympic Cauldron
- Olympic Cauldron - photo 1786
Olympic Cauldron - photo 1786
Vancouver's Olympic Cauldron is a 10-metre tall, five-headed glass and steel cauldron sitting in a shallow pool.
The caludron was fired up by hockey legend Wayne Gretzky during the Opening Ceremony of the 2010 Winter Olympics.
The flame is only lit for special occasions because it costs $6,400 to light the Cauldron for a period of at least four hours! Luckily it looks awesome even without the flames.