Disneyland's the most-visited Instagram location in 2014

  • AFP
  • Updated: Dec 06, 2014 18:47 IST

The one single place people like to brag about visiting the most is also known as "the happiest place on earth." That’s the case of Instagram users, anyway, after the photo-sharing site looked at the most popular geotagged locations to come up with its list of most-visited locations around the world.

This year, Disneyland Park in Anaheim, California, topped Instagram’s top 10 list, which is dominated by sporting venues, parks, and iconic landmarks. In other categories, the photogenic Louvre Museum in Paris was the most geotagged museum in the world, while Tower Bridge was the most popular location in the UK.

The 10 most geotagged locations in the US are dominated by tourist attractions and sports venues in California and New York.

The most-visited locations in the world 2014, according to Instagram:
1. Disneyland Park, Anaheim, California
2. Dodger Stadium, Los, Angeles
3. Times Square, New York
4. Siam Paragon, Bangkok (a major shopping complex and last year’s winner)
5. Gorky Park, Moscow
6. Louvre Museum, Paris
7. Red Square, Moscow
8. Madison Square Garden, New York
9. Yankee Stadium, New York
10. Dubai Mall, Dubai

Most geotagged museums around the world:
1. Musée du Louvre, Paris
2. MoMA The Museum of Modern Art, New York
3. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
4. LACMA Los Angeles County Museum of Art
5. Hermitage Museum, Saint Petersburg
6. Centre Pompidou, Paris
7. British Museum, London
8. Victoria and Albert Museum, London
9. Tate Modern, London
10. The Art Institute of Chicago

Most geotagged locations in the US:
1. Disneyland, Anaheim, California
2. Dodger Stadium, Los Angeles, California
3. Times Square, New York, New York
4. Madison Square Garden, New York, New York
5. Yankee Stadium, New York, New York
6. AT&T Park, San Francisco, California
7. Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco, California
8. Santa Monica Pier, Santa Monica, California
9. Universal Studios Hollywood, California
10. Fenway Park, Boston, Massachusetts

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