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Photos: City Hall And The Forum Light Up In Purple To Honor Prince

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Cities and landmarks across the globe bathed themselves in purple rain light to honor Prince (who left us way too soon). Los Angeles, where the lovesexy singer once owned a home and dabbled in the movie biz, joined in on the mourning and celebration of Prince's legacy.

City Hall was lit in purple to "pay respect to a legend," said Mayor Eric Garcetti:

Other L.A. landmarks joined in, including downtown's U.S. Bank Tower:

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The Forum, where he performed several nights as part of his 21-night residency in Los Angeles:

San Diego's U.S. Grant hotel in the historic Gaslamp Quarter joined in as well: