Visit any major American attraction, and you'll see the same thing: swarms of tourists pointing their GoPros, iPads, and retro Leicas (hipsters, ugh) at everything in sight. Will their photos be worth looking at? Probably not. Will they be uploaded to social media anyway? Of course they will.
But which of our nation's tourist sights are photographed the most? Times Square? The Golden Gate Bridge? The world's largest ball of string?!?
Guess what, it's none of those. At least not according to Sightsmap, which pulls geotag data from a Google-powered photo-sharing app to find the most photographed landmarks around the world. Nope, it's actually these 10 surprising spots.