From sports stadiums to college campuses to bridges and gardens, some spots are just iconic on Instagram. Whether you're heading out to a new city or just want to explore your backyard, there's no better barometer than Instagram.

 

The photo-sharing app's geotagging tool can be a virtual map for users, marking each place they've traveled to and what they saw, ate and drank. And for travelers, checking out the most 'grammed spots is like a modern-day tour around a new place.

 

As 2016 winds down, USA Today analyzed the most Instagrammedlocations based on geotagging:

 

Massachusetts

 

2017 Baseball: Coming to a Fenway Park near you.

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–Fenway Park

–Gillette Stadium

–Boston Logan International Airport

–TD Garden

–Harvard University

New York

Our secret spot!

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–Central Park

–Times Square

–Brooklyn Bridge

–The Garden

–The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Pennsylvania

–Philadelphia Museum of Art

–Lincoln Financial Field

–PNC Park

–Citizens Bank Park

–Temple University

For a full list of the most snapped spots in the country, head toUSAToday.com.