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Oct 14, 2015

The Most Instagrammed Locations in Every State

Many of us love to travel and it's always fun to see the local sights. Surprisingly though, the favorite sights are not what you'd expect. Since everyone has a camera in their pockets with the ability share their favorite places through social media, Busbud (a travel site for booking bus tickets) recently went through Instagram's location hashtags to find the most instagrammed places in the US.   

created at: 10/12/2015Some of the finds are no brainers and a little lackluster (the highest concentration of Instagramming young people in Kansas is going to be KU campus and surrounding area), but I found fantastic parks I'd never heard of and gorgeous districts you'll want to visit. The most surprising find for me was the number of baseball fields that topped this list. 

created at: 10/12/2015

Click here to check out the full list from CoolMaterial.com or get out there yourself and start changing those stats. 

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Josh on Oct 15, 2015:

Just so you know the campus of the University of Kansas and Kansas State University are two different places.


Chris on Oct 14, 2015:

Cool find, Justin. I also suspect the availability of a signal in some of the more isolated National and State Parks might also impact the popularity of some of these locations. Like, for example, in Utah, the fact that you're guaranteed a 4G signal in downtown SLC means perhaps the Temple Square gets shared more than, say, the more way-out-there Arches or Zion or Bryce Canyon. Or, of course, it may just receive more visitors.