America is still mourning the tragic loss of musical icon Prince, who died on Thursday at the age of 57. To honor this pop music legend, several buildings and landmarks on Thursday night were lit up in Prince’s trademark purple to pay tribute to the beloved artist. Below we’ll go through some of the top landmarks that turned purple last night in honor of a legend.

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The Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans:

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The Zakim Bridge in Boston:

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San Francisco’s city hall:

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Los Angeles’s city hall:

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The Forum in Los Angeles:

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Niagra Falls was also lit up in purple last night, although it was to honor Queen Elizabeth’s 90th birthday and not Prince’s passing. Nonetheless, it proved very appropriate:

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And finally, while this isn’t technically a landmark, NASA paid tribute to Prince by posting a beautiful photo of a purple nebula:

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