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Damn, you posted how many selfies in 2016? Listen, we all do it. And according to Instagram (and research by USA Today), there are certain places where people are more likely to snaps theirs. These are the most popular spots in America to share a pic.

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Alabama: The University of Alabama

Total enrollment in 2016 was pushing 40K, so…roll Tide!

Alaska: Denali National Park

Just be sure to avoid snapping selfies near the bears.

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Arizona: The Grand Canyon

Cue the best sunsets in all the land.

Arkansas: The University of Arkansas

All hail a dog-friendly campus.

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California: Disneyland

We won’t judge you for being a teeny bit basic.

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Colorado: Red Rocks Park and Amphitheatre

The most breathtaking open-air theater we’ve ever seen.

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Connecticut: Mohegan Sun

It’s like Vegas for East Coasters.

Delaware: University of Delaware

As picturesque as Harvard if you ask us.

Florida: Disney’s Magic Kingdom

Sensing a theme here?

Georgia: Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport

Hello, it’s the busiest airport in the world.

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Hawaii: Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach Resort

Who can resist snapping those aquamarine blues?

Idaho: BYU Idaho

Underneath all that snow is 400 acres of pristine Rexburg, Idaho, land.

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Illinois: Wrigley Field

Duh, the Chicago Cubs had kind of a baller year.

Indiana: Indiana University

If you can’t stroll past an epic fountain between classes, what’s the point?

Iowa: Iowa State University

Colorful (and foliage-covered) campuses, FTW.

Kansas: The University of Kansas

With an upper campus that looks straight out of Harry Potter.

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Kentucky: University of Kentucky

We bet that lawn is bumping in the spring.

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Louisiana: Bourbon Street

NOLA nightlife is the best nightlife.

Maine: Old Orchard Beach and Pier

Serenity now (unless it’s Fourth of July weekend).

Maryland: Oriole Park at Camden Yards

This Baltimore ballpark is one of the most gorgeous in the U.S.

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Massachusetts: Fenway Park

Also, Instagram-worthy: The Fenway Frank.

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Michigan: Michigan State University

Home to the Spartans—and, whoa, more than 50,000 students.

Minnesota: Mall of America

Mall meets amusement park. You can’t go wrong.

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Mississippi: Mississippi State University

Rainbow not always included.

Missouri: Busch Stadium

We see you, ballpark turned hockey rink.

Montana: Yellowstone National Park

Where else can you snap a view from the clouds?

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Nebraska: Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium

Filled with more #nofilter jellyfish than you could ever imagine.

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Nevada: Las Vegas Strip

What happens in Vegas…gets Instagrammed in Vegas.

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New Hampshire: University of New Hampshire

That New England collegiate life at it’s finest.

New Jersey: MetLife Stadium

Go Giants—errr—we mean Jets!

New Mexico: Meow Wolf

An immersive art experience you have to see to believe.

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New York: Central Park

The Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Reservoir is a can’t-miss.

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North Carolina: Charlotte Douglas International Airport

Hey, there’s really only one way to pass the time on the tarmac.

North Dakota: Fargo

A scene out of a movie…or TV show.

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Ohio: Quicken Loans Arena

Home to LeBron James the Cleveland Cavaliers.

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Oklahoma: Chesapeake Energy Arena

The Oklahoma City Thunder plays here.

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Oregon: Portland International Airport

Takeoff with a view.

Pennsylvania: Philadelphia Museum of Art

Rocky-style, you’ve gotta run up those steps.

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Rhode Island: Brown University

We lied: This campus is quintessential New England.

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South Carolina: Hilton Head Island Beach

Dunes and sandy beaches for days.

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South Dakota: Mount Rushmore National Memorial

The faces of Washington, Jefferson, Roosevelt and Lincoln carved into granite. C’mon.

Tennessee: Bridgestone Arena

The only place you’ll find hockey and country tunes all under the same roof.

Texas: Dallas Fort Worth International Airport

We get it. You’re a jet-setter.

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Utah: Zion National Park

You know, that other canyon.

Vermont: University of Vermont

You can’t put a tuition price on uninterrupted views of Lake Champlain.

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Virginia: Virginia Beach Oceanfront

Three miles of beaches but, more importantly, boardwalk.

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Washington: Pike Place Market

Think of it as the farmers' market motherland.

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Washington, D.C.: The White House

Bonus "likes" if you get a glimpse of the prez.

West Virginia: Milan Puskar Stadium

Football—and team spirit—at its finest.

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Wisconsin: Lambeau Field

Where the Green Bay Packers suit up.

Wyoming: Yellowstone National Park

Yep, this park is so epic, it covers more than one state.

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