10 Most Instagrammed Places of 2017
Recently, Instagram released its 2017 Year in Review, divulging all the trends—from Beyoncé to Doug the Pug, and memes to nature photography—that its 800-million-plus community shared on the platform en masse. Here, we take a look at one trend in particular: the most instagrammed places of the year.
1. Disneyland, Anaheim, USA
2. Times Square, New York City, USA
3. Central Park, New York City, USA
4. Tour Eiffel, Paris, France
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5. Tokyo Disneyland, Tokyo, Japan
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6. Disney’s Magic Kingdom, Orlando, USA
A favorite memory of 2017 : when @waltdisneyworld invited our small family of travel journalists to cover each of their resorts for a special project called, 30 STAYS IN 30 DAYS!! ✨????✨ /// #family #bucketlist #disney #waltdisneyworld #wdw #travel #love /// @garrettgee @settie4444 @dorothyseven @manillagee @thebucketlistfamily
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7. Musee du Louvre, Paris, France
Fun story on this – I was up at sunrise biking around, shooting for a project. My last stop was the Louvre and this women walked up & asked in French if I could take her picture. She lives in Paris but has zero photos of herself to show for it. She had an umbrella to her side that had a hint of red & it started drizzling. Turned out to be a full rainbow & we spent the next 15 minutes shooting photos speaking terrible French & English while the sky lit up! Moral of the story, always talk to people! ???? // #Paris #Louvre #Sunrise #BeautifulDestinations #TopParisPhoto
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8. Brooklyn Bridge, Brooklyn, USA
9. Disney California Adventure Park, Anaheim, USA
1o. Las Vegas Strip, Las Vegas, USA
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