It’s getting to be the time of year when basically everyone—brands, publications, your mom, probably—looks back at the year that was, and Instagram is getting off to an early start by releasing its annual Year in Review (h/t CBS).
And unsurprisingly, New York City has a strong presence when it comes to locations that people have been ‘gramming a lot. (The number of selfie stick-wielding tourists we run into on a daily basis confirms this.) According to the brand’s data, three NYC attractions—Times Square, Central Park, and the Brooklyn Bridge—made it onto the list of the most-Instagrammed places in the world, coming in at Nos. 2, 3, and 8, respectively.
The rest of the top 10, which looks at global locations, includes many of the usual suspects, in terms of hugely popular tourist attractions; Disneyland took the No. 1 spot, and others on the list included the Eiffel Tower, the Las Vegas Strip, and the Louvre Museum.
Speaking of museums, New York City had a strong presence on the brand’s list of the 10 most Instagrammed museums around the world, too—according to ArtNews, the Metropolitan Museum of Art came in at No. 2 and MoMA was No. 3.
Drilling down into just U.S. museums, New York took six out of 10 spots, with all of the city’s most popular museums—the Met, MoMA, the Whitney, the American Museum of Natural History, the Guggenheim, and the National September 11 Memorial and Museum—on the list.
To compile these, Instagram looked at the number of photos that were geotagged to a particular location, and pulled the locations with the most tagged images. So New Yorkers, pat yourself on the back, because you get to live in a city that much of the world truly loves.
Let’s take a look at some of these beloved locations, shall we?