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See How The World Paid Tribute To Prince Death

by Ryan Middleton   Apr 22, 2016 09:00 AM EDT

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Yesterday the world was shocked to learn that one of its most inventive and colorful musicians, Prince, had suddenly died at the age of 57. Fans of all stripes have been mourning his passing and cities have been paying their respects to the man who was so influential to the man who made such an indelible impact on pop music and music in general over the past 30 years.

Tributes to his life were found in Los Angeles, San Francisco, Minneapolis and all across Minnesota, the state he was proud to call home, Atlanta, New York City and even Niagara Falls unwittingly got in on the action.

See how the world paid tribute to Prince below.

The City of San Francisco lit up its city Hall in honor.

The Minnesota Twins drapped the field purple before their game.

The city did the same with the bridge.

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1st Avenue Nightclub hosted a free dance party in the street all night.

The Prince Street stop in New York City obviously was changed.

Mother nature shined down on Prince's Paisley Park estate with a rainbow yesterday.

Niagara Falls originally turned the waterfall purple to honor the queen, but it became a fitting tribute to Prince.

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