PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — There is a new rainbow in Philadelphia that is sure to hang around, rain or shine.

Crews with the Streets Department spent all night painting rainbow crosswalks at 13th and Locust Streets.

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The intersection is part of the Center City District called  the “Gayborhood.”

The crosswalks represent the rainbow flag, which has become a symbol of the LGBT community.

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An official dedication will take place on July 5, which marks the 50th anniversary of the nation’s first LGBT rights demonstration.

 

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