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The world's most Instagrammed places
Posted on 30/05/2017

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Whether you're using Clarendon or are playing it safe with the monochrome effect, these are the top 10 most Instagrammed places on earth.

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  • 10. Oktoberfest
    10. Oktoberfest

    Whose round is it then? Munich's festival of beer-infused merriment comes in at number ten on the list of the world's most Instagrammed places. When it comes to revelry, the Germans have their priorities straight, and between a wealth of pretzels and steins, tourists make time to log the occasion.

  • 9. Notre Dame
    9. Notre Dame

    Another key site studding the Parisian skyline, the regal beauty of Notre Dame makes it one of the most recognisable churches in the world. Its iconic French-Gothic style beguiles tourists from all around the world.

  • 8. Times Square
    8. Times Square

    Whether you're watching the ball drop on New Year's Eve, or are just embarking on a spot of sightseeing in the Big Apple, Times Square is number eight on the list of the most Instagrammed hotspots. Bursting at the seams with entertainment venues, shops and flanked by mammoth advertisements, there's no shortage of things to photograph. And well, there's no shortage of people doing the same, either.

  • 7. Big Ben
    7. Big Ben

    Although it is officially called Elizabeth Tower, London's iconic landmark got its name from the nickname of the bell inside it. A picture-perfect snapshot of quintessential Britain, Big Ben invites all levels of photographers to try their hand at capturing its majestic glory.

  • 6. Las Vegas Strip
    6. Las Vegas Strip

    Vegas, baby! Although it is the iconic sign which spring to mind when you think of Las Vegas, it is in fact the Strip which is the sixth most Instagrammed location in the world. Peppered with myriad hotels and casinos, the bright lights which span for 6.8km long make an irresistible backdrop for a golden photo.

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The sad truth is that holidays and a large social media presence go hand in hand. After all, how would your friends and colleagues back home know what a whale of a time you are having? From Facebook to Twitter, if you didn't post at least one over-edited Kodak moment, did you really go away?

From the unrivalled hustle and bustle in Vegas to the eternally symbolic relevance of the Berlin Wall, we've lined up the most papped places that holidaymakers post on Instagram around the globe. One thing's for sure - number one is going to surprise you.

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