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9 Famous Landmarks That Turned Purple for Prince

The tragic death of androgynous funk singer Prince brought shock not just through the media, but also throughout the world. The iconic artist, who died from a yet unknown cause on 21st April, will be remembered not only for his gender-bending style, but also for his unparalleled music. One of his most notable songs “Purple Rain” has inspired a multitude of buildings and landmarks to light up the regal shade across the globe.

1.  City Hall, San Francisco

2. Empire State Building, NYC

3. Eiffel Tower, Paris

4. Superdome, New Orleans

5. Space Needle & Great Wheel, Seattle

6. Niagara Falls, Ontario

7. Indianapolis Power & Light Company

8. Kenneth F. Burns Memorial Bridge, England

9. I-35W Bridge, Minnesota



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