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    most photographed places

    just a cool thing i found

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    has released a heat map showcasing the most photographed places in the World. The data was pulled from Google Maps’ Panoramio service, which attaches geo-tagged photos to locations in Google Maps and Earth. New York City comes in at number one with Rome and Barcelona taking the number two and three spots.
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    just spent the last hour or so going through this site, very interesting indeed. great find
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    WOW there are a lot of locations on those maps lol
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    Looks like a great way to find new places to explore
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    Interesting, will have a closer look tomorrow.
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    Thanks for posting this. I used to look at Google maps and look at the Panoramio pictures for ideas and inspiration. These days they seem to have gone from Google maps and it's a real shame. I can use this now
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    How much of that map d'you reckon is drawn from smartphone snapshots?

    My guess would be a very large (and dominant) percentage... still, mighty cool/creepy. Skynet!

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    How much of that map d'you reckon is drawn from smartphone snapshots?

    My guess would be a very large (and dominant) percentage... still, mighty cool/creepy. Skynet!

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    Thanks for the info. Sent the link to daughter who is planning O/S trip and she was very pleased with the site. cheers Brian
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