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MIAMI (CBSMiami) — South Floridians payed their final respects to the famed architect Zaha Hadid who died last week in Miami.

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Locals bowed their heads Wednesday morning outside of her iconic residential tower under construction in Downtown Miami – One Thousand Museum.

It all happened at 8:08 a.m. in conjunction with Hadid’s London funeral being held at the same time (1:08 p.m. London time.)

During the ceremony there was also 60 seconds of silence led by a local Imam to honor Hadid and her love for Miami.

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All this as a banner picturing Hadid waved in the background saying, “Her legacy lives on.” Flowers and candles also adorned the outside area of the construction site.

Hadid died following a heart attack on March 31st in a Miami hospital where they were treating her for bronchitis. Known for her works around the world, Iraqi-born, British Hadid was the first woman to win the Pritzker award – the highest award in architecture.

Banner outside of One Thousand Museum under construction in downtown Miami. (Source: CBS4)

Banner outside of One Thousand Museum under construction in downtown Miami. (Source: CBS4)

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