The most photographed places in the world!

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Nowadays it seems that everything we do is captured and posted online. With so many social media platforms allowing you to interact and share every moment with friends, it’s inevitable that we take more pictures than ever before. From selfies to the weather, there’s not much we don’t snap. However, what are the most photographed places in the world?

Here Lucky Nugget Casino will run down the most popular places for photos across the globe.

Venice

The Ponte dell'Accademia in Venice
The Ponte dell’Accademia in Venice

This Italian city is renowned across the world for its canals and magnificent architecture. That combines to make it one of the most popular cities around that we like to capture. The most photographed place in Venice is the Ponte dell’Accademia, which is the bridge that spans the Grand Canal and offers a stunning view of the entire city.

Istanbul

Maiden Tower, Istanbul.
Maiden Tower, Istanbul.

This major Turkish city is home to around 15 million people and is packed full of many great landmarks. The most popular of those landmarks is Kiz Kulesi, the Maiden Tower, which is on a small island in the Bosphorus Strait. It forms part of the continental boundary between Europe and Asia within Turkey and offers an incredible view of bustling Istanbul life.

Paris

The Eiffel Tower stands tall in Paris.
The Eiffel Tower stands tall in Paris.

Unsurprisingly, Paris is also one of the most photographed cities in the world. The French capital is synonymous with culture and elegance and has many historical landmarks that we like to snap. Of course, there is the Eiffel Tower, which stands above the city and attracts people from across the world. As well as that, the neon lights of cabaret Moulin Rouge are also popular.

Barcelona

The colourful Park Guell in Barcelona.
The colourful Park Guell in Barcelona.

Next up is Barcelona, with many great photo opportunities available in the capital of Spain’s Catalonian region. Firstly, football fans will be attracted to the huge Camp Nou stadium where the likes of Neymar and Lionel Messi play. Elsewhere, work is still being completed on the huge cathedral that towers above the city, whilst the most popular place for a photo is the Park Guell, a park that boasts colourful and brilliant architecture throughout.

Rome

Trinita dei Monti, Rome.
Trinita dei Monti, Rome.

The most photographed city in Europe takes us back to Italy, with the capital, Rome. Again, it provides visitors with culture and many landmarks across the city, from the Stadio Olimpico to the Colosseum and much more. However, the most photographed spot in the city is the Trinita dei Monti. It’s a Catholic church that stands above the famous Spanish steps, which you may recognise from some films.

New York

The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York City.
The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York City.

Finally, the most popular city in the world for photographs is New York. Again, this won’t surprise you given the range of memorable landmarks that are located there, including the Empire State Building, the Statue of Liberty and Central Park. Yet, studies and data have shown the most photographed place in the city is the Solomon R. Guggenheim museum. The iconic building was designed by Frank Lloyd and features a continuous spiral for visitors to walk around in.

So, that concludes the most photographed places in the world and you should be sure to visit them! It will take a lot of travelling, so be sure to download the Lucky Nugget app to play your favourite casino games throughout your journey, but visiting these places will certainly be worthwhile. They’re some of the finest cities around, and it’s where you love to capture every moment.