The 10 most popular US landmarks according to Instagram users

Unsurprisingly topping out our list of most Instagrammed US attractions is Times Square which is visited by roughly 50 million people a year. (image credit: James Ting on Unsplash)
There's no doubt about it, the Grand Canyon is not only one of the most well-known landmarks in the US but it's also a spot of real natural beauty.  (image credit: Ken Cheung on Unsplash)
It's said that New York City hosts around 66 million tourists a year. Though obviously that's dropped of late, but still, the Brooklyn Bridge has some appeal.  (image credit: Hannes Richter on Unsplash)
This one has racked up 273,396 posts per year. We'd imagine that's just a drop in the Pacific ocean compared to the actual number of photos taken of the area.  (image credit: Venti Views on Unsplash)
The Empire State Building might be one of the most well-known skyscrapers in the US if not the world.  (image credit: Neil Cooper on Unsplash)
At 305 feet tall, the Statue of Liberty is hard to miss and an icon that has been well photographed over the decades. Even more so with the rise of Instagram.  (image credit: Luke Stackpoole on Unsplash)
Yosemite is most well known for its waterfalls though and no doubt these account for most of the 125,699 photos posted on Instagram throughout the year.  (image credit: Mick Haupt on Unsplash)
Yellowstone naturally offers up some easily Instragrammable spots and it's no wonder it's popular.  (image credit: Laminda Nickla on Unsplash)
Located in Seattle, Washington, the Space Needle is an impressive landmark and feat of engineering. It's not only intriguing to the eye, but also built to last. (image credit: Andrea Leopardi on Unsplash)
Frankly, we're shocked to see the Hollywood sign so low down on this list of Instagrammed landmarks. Perhaps it's a bit too cliche for the platform?  (image credit: Martin Jernberg on Unsplash)
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