WASHINGTON — Instagram has shared its geo-tagging data with TIME, allowing the magazine to compile a map of the most Instagrammed locations in every state and D.C.

Predictably, a lot of people in D.C. take photos of The White House.

In Maryland, the most popular spot on Instagram is Oriole Park at Camden Yards.

In Virginia, people like taking photos of themselves at concerts — specifically concerts at Jiffy Lube Live.

In other states, the most Instagrammed locales are:

Alabama — Bryant-Denny Stadium

Alaska — Denali National Park and Preserve

Arizona — Grand Canyon

Arkansas — Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art

California — Disneyland

Colorado — Red Rocks Park and Amphitheatre

Connecticut — Foxwoods Resort Casino

Delaware — Rehoboth Boardwalk

Florida — Disney’s Magic Kingdom

Georgia — Georgia Aquarium

Hawaii — Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach Resort

Idaho — Lake Coeur d’Alene

Illinois — Wrigley Field

Indiana — Lucas Oil Stadium

Iowa — Iowa State Fair

Kansas — University of Kansas

Kentucky — Churchill Downs

Louisiana — Cafe Du Monde

Maine — Acadia National Park

Massachusetts — Fenway Park

Michigan — Comerica Park

Minnesota — Minnesota State Fair

Mississippi — Mississippi State University

Missouri — Saint Louis Zoo

Montana — Glacier National Park

Nebraska — Omaha’s Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium

Nevada — Bellagio Las Vegas

New Hampshire — Lake Winnipesaukee

New Jersey — MetLife Stadium

New Mexico — Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta

North Dakota — University of North Dakota

Ohio — Cedar Point

Oklahoma — BOK Center

Oregon — Multnomah Falls

Pennsylvania — PNC Park

Rhode Island — Brown University

South Carolina — Hilton Head Island

South Dakota — Mount Rushmore National Memorial

Tennessee — Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival

Texas — AT&T Stadium

Utah — Zion National Park

Vermont — Harpoon Brewery

Washington — Pike Place Market

West Virginia — Snowshoe Mountain

Wisconsin — Miller Park Stadium

Wyoming — Yellowstone National Park

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