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It's not the Eiffel Tower (anymore).

Jess McHugh
May 12, 2017

In the age of social media, it seems no vacation is complete without a few uploads to Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter.

Travelers often add hashtags or geolocations to their photos, so they can be more easily referenced. While a photo of the Eiffel Tower in Paris seems like one of the most ubiquitous shots on Instagram, Disneyland in California snagged the top spot this year, with more than 14.6 million hashtags, according to a new study by deals aggregator Travel Bird.

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Disneyland first opened over 60 years ago in 1955, and it has continued to draw visitors from all around the world. Built under the direct supervision of Walt Disney, Anaheim’s Disneyland brings some of children’s (and adults') most beloved tales to life.

The Eiffel Tower came in second with some 7.2 million hashtags.

Walt Disney World in Florida, which opened in 1971, rounded out the top three with 5.4 million hashtags. South Beach in Miami, Florida came in fourth, and the Berlin Wall came in fifth.

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