The most photographed parts of the planet

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There is only one rule to keep in mind when traveling: If you do not have photos of your trip, then that must mean it never happened! An escape to Paris without uploading a photograph of the Eiffel Tower to social media is a mistake that is not forgiven by modern travel trends. But what are the most popular locations for photo opportunities all over the world?

St. Stephen’s Basilica, Budapest, Hungary

Like any other European capital, the capital of Hungary has many impressive temples. St. Stephen’s Basilica, named after the first king of Hungary, is one of the most important sights of the city, known as the “Danube pearl.” It is also the third largest church in Hungary.

Caminito, Buenos Aires, Argentina

In the beautiful and tourist area of ​​La Boca in Buenos Aires, the Caminito paved, which in Spanish means a “small path”, is decorated with brightly painted buildings, in front of which artists sell gravures and paintings. The colorful houses were inspired by the tango culture and the soccer!

Piazzale Michelangelo, Florence, Italy

Italy starts its presence on this list with Piazzale Michelangelo in Florence. This ideal spot gives tourists the chance to capture the perfect panorama of this enchanting city.

Hôtel de Paris Monte-Carlo, Monte Carlo, Monaco

A favorite destination for luxury holidays, Monte Carlo is an incredibly rich piece of the Monaco Princess, which is washed by the deep blue waters of the Mediterranean Sea. The hotel de Paris Monte-Carlo is only one of the many luxury hotels in Monaco, but its reputation can be attributed, in part, to its appearance in film films such as GoldenEye James Bond and Madagascar 3.

Ponte dell’Accademia, Venice, Italy

Ponte dell’Accademia is one of the four bridges that crosses the Grand Canal of Venice and for some reason, a very popular spot that travelers love to photograph. The reason see lots of couples put padlocks on the bridge, symbolizing their immortal love.

Tower Maiden, Istanbul, Turkey

At the southern entrance of Bosporus Strait in Istanbul, you can really see the place where the European and the Asian side of the city meet. The point is further enhanced by the presence of the Maiden Tower, a picturesque building, on a small island.

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Moulin Rouge, Paris, France

The City of Light has a lot to offer its guests. The Eiffel Tower, the Champs Elysees, the Arc de Triomphe, the Notre Dame de Paris … Still, the most photographed site of the city is the famous Moulin Rouge, which attracts numerous tourists every year.

Guell Park, Barcelona, ​​Spain

Filming many historic landmarks, designed by the famous architect and artist Antonio Gaudí, Barcelona’s Guell Park with its imaginative buildings make it as one of the largest architectural sights in southern Europe.

The Komodo dragon, Indonesia

This huge lizard is actually in every photo album of everyone who visited Indonesia. This rare animal is one of the locals and the tourists’ favorite. Every visitor who wants to spend a week at a Komodo beach resort will sure want to photo this lizard. Even though this animal does not attack to the people, it is advisable by the locals not to move to close to it in order not to interrupt it and make it feel uncomfortable.

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Trinity dei Monti, Rome, Italy

The Italian capital is the second most photographed region in the world, according to Google. Of the hundreds of buildings dedicated to Catholic faith, what appears in most travel photos is Trinita dei Monti, a Renaissance church built on a former vineyard.

Guggenheim Museum, New York, USA

Surprisingly, the most photographed landmark in New York is not the Statue of Liberty, but the Guggenheim Museum.




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