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Instagram is a treasure trove of inspiration. See a talented photographer post a pic of a lush, mountain-dotted landscape, and you might be driven to go find a similar spot near you. It happens a lot. Busbud, the travel site that helps readers book bus tickets, dug through all those shots (or, more accurately, all the location hashtags) to determine the most instagrammed location in each state. Here’s what they found:

Alabama – Lake Martin



Alaska – Denali National Park



Arizona – Grand Canyon



Arkansas – Buffalo National River Park

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California – Disneyland

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Colorado – Coors Field

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Connecticut – Mohegan Sun

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Delaware – Rehoboth Beach

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Florida – South Beach

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Georgia – Atlanta Motor Speedway



Hawaii – Mauna Kea

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Idaho – Bear Lake

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Illinois – Wrigley Field

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Indiana – Indianapolis Motor Speedway and Hall of Fame Museum



Iowa – Bridges of Madison County

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Kansas – Kansas State University



Kentucky – Churchill Downs

So cool to have witnessed "the greatest two minutes in sports" on this beautiful day #kyderby ??

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Louisiana – Bourbon Street

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Maine – Old Orchard Beach

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Maryland – Oriole Park at Camden Yards

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Massachusetts – Fenway Park

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Michigan – Silver Lake Sand Dunes



Minnesota – Lake Minnetonka

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Mississippi – Jackson State University



Missouri – Lake of the Ozarks

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