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Chicago had the most Pride this weekend, and the festive spirit lives on AP Photo/Andres Kudacki
Participants celebrate from the top of a float during the New York City Pride Parade on Sunday, June 25, 2017, in New York. (AP Photo/Andres Kudacki)

With another beautiful weekend celebrating Pride in the books, Chicago is still abuzz with a festive spirit.

While the Boytowns/Lakeview/Lincoln Park areas were hosting the majority of the celebrations, the city came alive with celebrations all over town.

Everywhere from the Hancock Building, Navy Pier and the CTA were showing their Pride.

Check out how the city itself shared its love this weekend:

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Mayor Rahm Emanuel posted the below video of one of the four red line trains that were showing their Pride. The ‘Ride with Pride!’ trains took people to and from the Pride celebration.

The skyline also showed some Pride:

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#Chicago 🌈 #Pride #ChicagoPride #loveisouttherecontest

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Navy Pier from the water, celebrating with Pride flags:

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Let your colors fly Chicago. #Pride

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The Wieners Circle on Clark wins again with this sign:

Another one for the books, you guys.

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