About a week ago, Instagram released their most-photographed locations in the world for the year. It was topped by a megamall in Bangkok that apparently has some of the most phone-ready photo-ops on the globe.
Not to be outdone by a simple photo-sharing social media site, Google released today a dynamic map of its most-geotagged photos of 2013. Using the heat map model, Google found that New York City, Barcelona, and Rome were its most photographed cities in the world. But as you can see from the map, all of Europe and the Pacific Rim comes in hot.
Head over to Sightsmap to see the whole thing.