Disneyland Tops List of 2014's Most-Instagrammed Spots

Disneyland Ride Mickey - H 2013
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Disneyland Ride Mickey - H 2013

That's a lot of people wearing Mickey-Mouse ears

The word "cheese" is used a lot at Disneyland, and it has nothing to do with Mickey Mouse's presumed favorite food.

The Anaheim amusement park was the most geotagged location in the world by Instagram users in 2014, according to AllFacebook. The park was No. 3 in last year's rankings.

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Southern California is clearly a popular place to snap a pic on your phone, as Dodger Stadium was this year's runner-up destination for Instagrammers.

New York City landmarks snagged three of the top 10 spots: Times Square at No. 3, Madison Square Garden at No. 8 and Yankee Stadium at No. 9. Folks evidently like to smile for pictures at sporting events.

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Five of 2014's most-Instagrammed landmarks were international spots this year, up from just two last year. Among them were two shopping malls: the Siam Paragon in Bangkok (No. 4 on the list) and The Dubai Mall in the United Arab Emirates (No. 10). The Siam Paragon topped last year's list.

Rounding out the top 10: Moscow's Gorky Park was No. 5, The Louvre in Paris landed at No. 6 and Moscow's Red Square was No. 7. 

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