State by state, discover the most geo-tagged spots in America
By Olivier Laurent & Josh Raab
What are the most photographed places across America? Through the spread of Instagram — the photo-sharing app that had 400 million users worldwide in 2015, including 100 million in the U.S. — TIME has been able to find out.
Instagram’s data, shared exclusively with TIME, map out the most frequently geo-tagged locations across all 50 states, from sports arenas — such as the Bryant-Denny Stadium in Alabama and the MetLife Stadium in New Jersey — to National Parks and from museums to the Magic Kingdom.
Browse our map above or the gallery below to discover the most popular spots in your state.
Correction: The original version of this story misstated the most geotagged place in Kansas. It is the University of Kansas.
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