As people around the world mourn the death of pop icon Prince, several cities decided to light up landmarks and monuments in purple, his signature color

San Francisco City Hall

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Mercedes-Benz Superdome (New Orleans, LA)

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The Orlando Eye

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Los Angeles City Hall

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The High Roller at the LINQ Promenade (Las Vegas, NV)

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Baltimore City Hall

The Captial Wheel (National Harbor, MD)

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The Chicago Skyline

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The Forum (Inglewood, CA)

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The Omni Hotel in Dallas

Of course Prince's hometown of Minneapolis came through with the I-35W Bridge,

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The Lowry Avenue Bridge,

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And Target Field

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Niagara Falls was also lit up in purple lights; however, it was originally lit up for Queen Elizabeth's 90th birthday. Later on, organizers recognized the purple lights for both the Queen AND Prince

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As we all take a moment to reflect on Prince and the significant impact he had on all of our lives, it's nice to see cities around our country doing the same. #RIPPrince #PurpleforPrince
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