More than 4,200 Diamond Jubilee beacons have been lit across Britain and the world in celebration of the Queen's 60-year reign.
The Queen lit the final beacon at the end of the Diamond Jubilee Concert outside Buckingham Palace.
It was the signal for a finale to remember. The sky above Buckingham Palace was lit up with fireworks. The Union Jack was projected onto the palace facade.
Here are a selection of images and video as other beacons were lit
Holme Pierrepont Beacon, Nottingham
*Newport, Wales *
The roof of the O2, London
Lynn Moss, dressed Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth ll, celebrates the lighting of a mock Jubilee beacon in Cape Town, South Africa.
The Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard lit a beacon in celebration of the Queen's Diamond Jubilee.
She said: "These beacons glowing around the world symbolise one family across a wide world, the family of the Commonwealth nations, rich in their diversity but united now in admiration for the unstinting service of the Queen."
**The small Pacific island of Tonga claimed the honour of lighting the first beacon to be set alight across the world.
Using traditional coconut sheath torches a group Tongan Scouts and Girl Guides took part in a ceremony to light their country's beacon.