The Most Photographed Attractions in the World

    Whether it’s New York, Paris or London that you’ve visited, you are sure to have returned home with a whole host of holiday snaps on your cameraFrom the towering heights of the Empire State Building, to the Eiffel Tower and charming Big Ben, the world is full of iconic sights – but which of the world’s attractions are the most photographed?

    Using the interactive ‘heat map’ Sightsmap, based on data from a Google-powered photo-sharing app, to provide the rankings, our latest infographic reveals the top 20 most photographed attractions in the world as well as how many times each sight has been hashtagged on Instagram. How many of these sights have you seen in the flesh?

    The Most Photographed Attractions in the World

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  • pipemarinero

    I think you missed the Cinderella Castle in Disney World. It actually might be the most photograph “landmark” in the world.

  • John Craig

    I’m surprised the, Motif Number 1. in Rockport, MA did make the cut.