These days London is buzzing with "Olympic fever"! With 268 days left for the 2012 London Olympic Games and 301 days remaining for the 2012 Paralympic Games, the Londoners are feverishly working to make it a world-class event.

For the 2012 mega event, there are nine Olympic Park venues, with 13 venues in London and 10 venues out of London.

The Olympic Park venues are Aquatics Centre, Basketball Arena, BMX Track, Eton Manor, Handball Arena, Hockey Centre, Olympic Stadium, Velodrome and Water Polo Arena. The venues in London are Earls Court, ExCeL, Greenwich Park, Hampton Court Palace, Horse Guards Parade, Hyde Park, Lord's Cricket Ground, North Greenwich Arena, The Mall, The Royal Artillery Barracks, Wembley Arena, Wembley Stadium and Wimbledon.

Some of the avenues located outside of London are Brands Hatch, City of Coventry Stadium, Eton Dorney, Hadleigh Farm, Hampden Park, Lee Valley White Water Centre, Millennium Stadium, Old Trafford, St James' Park, Weymouth and Portland. IBC/MPC and the Olympic and Paralympic Village are the two non-sporting Olympic venues.

Check out the latest photos of the "Olympic fever."

Wenlock and Mandeville get in on the action as the latest London 2012 shop opens at Heaththrow Terminal 3 on Nov.1,
Olympian Mark Foster, the London 2012 mascots Wenlock and Mandeville and local children help launch a series of upgraded cycle and walking routes across London on Oct. 24,
A striking new piece of architecture for the Olympic Park has been unveiled as the Olympic Delivery Authority (ODA) announced the completion of a key footbridge that spans over the River Lea, at a focal point between the Olympic Stadium and the Aquatics Centre on Oct. 19,
The London 2012 Paralympic Games medals have been unveiled at the opening of a new display at the British Museum for the Cultural Olympiad on Sept. 19,
The London 2012 Organising Committee unveiled the Olympic Hockey Centre's first blue and pink pitch and revealed that a yellow ball will be used during the Hockey competition for the first ever time at an Olympic Games on Oct. 27,
Nicole Scherzinger performs at the opening of the Westfield Stratford City shopping centre on Sept. 13,
Leading British saxophonist Andy Sheppard and the Saxophone Massive helped launch BT River of Music at Somerset House in central London on Oct. 27,
London 2012 Paralympic mascot Mandeville and Ade Adepitan, member of the Great Britain Wheelchair Basketball team that won the bronze medal at the Athens 2004 Games, enjoy International Paralympic Day at Trafalgar Square on Sept. 8,
Flowers in bloom in the parkland's area of the Olympic Park looking towards the Olympic Stadium Oct. 3,
Athletes are one step closer to the dream of winning a medal next summer with the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic medals going into production at the Royal Mint headquarters on Oct.27,