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#Lovewins: Famous Buildings Illuminated for Pride Weekend

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After last week's historic Supreme Court decision, pride parades across the country took on even more significance, becoming a celebration of not only a community but of a civil rights landmark. To join in the celebration, cities (and property owners) showed their support by illuminating some of the nation's landmarks over the weekend in the iconic colors of the rainbow flag. Here are some of the more Pride-obsessed facades we found on social media and elsewhere.

One World Trade

Empire State Building (Photo via Splash News)

Niagara Falls


San Francisco City Hall

Sidewalk (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Photo via Plan Philly/Creative Commons)

Las Vegas City Hall (Photo via Las Vegas Review-Journal)

Seattle Great Wheel

Big Dam Bridge in Little Rock (Taken in April, after the city passed an anti-discrimination law)

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