The 20 Most Instagrammed Places of 2015 ...


Among its many attractions, Instagram has become a wonderful photo album for travelers.

It is filled with fabulous pictures of the amazing places users visit.

Instagram has released its list of its most featured places in 2015.

Here it is:

1. Disneyland: Anaheim, California, USA

Disneyland: Anaheim, California, USA

Dubbed the "happiest place on Earth", Disneyland in Anaheim beat every other destination to top position in the Instagram chart for 2015.

Whether you're 3 or 83, there's something for everybody to enjoy in what many see as the ultimate family attraction.

2. The Eiffel Tower : Paris, France

The Eiffel Tower : Paris, France

In the city of lights the Eiffel Tower outshines all other buildings at night, when this iconic 19th century structure is lit up in rainbow colors.

Nearly 7 million visitors a year, of which some 75% are visitors from abroad, scramble up its dizzying heights to enjoy the most spectacular panoramic views over Paris.

3. Central Park: New York, USA

Central Park: New York, USA

Central Park welcomes some 42 million visitors every year, no matter what the season, so naturally, it featured prominently in Instagram uploads.

And a 10-year run of hit TV show "Friends", set in an apartment along Central Park, is probably another reason, why this park is more popular than Hyde Park in London or Stadtpark in Hamburg, Germany.2

4. Times Square: New York, USA

Times Square: New York, USA

And the same is true for the Big Apple's Time Square, where an abundance of bright lights, giant billboards, a profusion of theatres and restaurants attract huge numbers of visitors all year round who cannot resist posting their selfies.

5. Musée Du Louvre: Paris, France

Musée Du Louvre: Paris, France

From Leonardo da Vinci's Mona Lisa to the Impressionists paintings of Monet, the Louvre is the world's most visited art collection with 9.3 million tourists per annum and therefore a high proportion of Instagram pictures represent art lovers and those who'd like to pretend they are, even though they probably couldn't tell a cubist Spanish Picasso from a Dutch master like Rembrandt.

Walt Disney World: Bay Lake, Florida, USA
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