What a perfect way to pay respects to Robin Williams.
As fans continue coping with the tragic loss of the actor, some are headed to the very same steps where Williams made movie magic in Mrs. Doubtfire.
Dozens of flowers, candles and heartfelt notes have been placed by the San Francisco home where the 1993 classic film came to life.
Hundreds of people have been stopping by to share their memories and bond over their mutual love for the actor.
The famous movie house is one of the many memorial shines popping up across the country.
The Boulder, Colo., home used in the sitcom Mork & Mindy was covered with flowers and "You will be missed, Mork" signs.
Farther east, the Good Will Hunting bench in Boston was turned into a memorial with quotes from the Oscar-winning movie written nearby in chalk.
According to Marin county Sheriff's Department, Williams died from asphyxia due to hanging Monday morning at his home in Tiburon, Calif. Funeral arrangements have not been made public.
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