Revealed: The Most Instagrammed Places on Earth

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by Telegraph Travel, The Daily Telegraph, December 7, 2016

As all Instagrammers know, you haven’t actually arrived somewhere until you’ve geotagged yourself there. So where have social media’s hoards been going this year? These are 2016's most Instagrammed destinations – in the UK and beyond...

The UK's most geotagged locations

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1. Tower Bridge


2. Palace Of Westminster


3. Buckingham Palace


4. Trafalgar Square


5. The Official London Eye


6. Big Ben


7. Wembley Stadium


8. Hyde Park


9. Harrods

The eagle-eyed among you may have noticed that all of the UK's most geotagged locations are in London – even though the good folks at Instagram looked at stats for the whole country. 

Want to find the beauty beyond the Big Smoke? Check out our articles on Britain's best winter walksmost underrated islands and fabulously photogenic villages – all of them perfect fodder for Instagram, requiring #nofilter at all. 


The world's most Instagrammed locations in 2016


1. Disney Properties


2. Universal Studios Properties


3. Central Park, New York


4. Times Square, New York


5. Eiffel Tower, Paris


6. Louvre Museum, Paris


7. Las Vegas Strip


8. Santa Monica Pier, California


9. Brooklyn Bridge, New York

This article was written by Telegraph Travel from The Daily Telegraph and was legally licensed through the NewsCred publisher network.

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