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These are the most Instagrammed spots in London.
The capital is the most popular city on Instagram and south west London's Battersea Park is tagged in more pictures than north London based Primrose Hill and Hampstead Heath combined. The most popular destination of all for Instagrammers is Hyde Park, in central London.
1. Hyde Park
Hyde Park is London's largest open space and has been a destination for sightseers since 1635. One of the park's highlights is the Serpentine, an 18th century man-made lake popular for boating and swimming.
2. Madison restaurant
Perched on the Penthouse spot of One New Change, Madison boasts several rooftop terraces with supreme views across the City of London skyline.
3. Battersea Park
Situated on the south side of the Thames, facing Chelsea, Battersea Park caters for everyone within its 200-acre space.
4. Sushi Samba, Heron Tower, Shoreditch
Opening its first European location in London in the summer of 2012, SushiSamba serves Japanese, Brazilian and Peruvian food from its lofty location, 175 metres up, on the top three floors of one of the tallest buildings in The City.
5. Victoria Park
Victoria Park is 86.18 hectares of open space that opened in 1845. It stretches out across part of the East End of london, bordering parts of Bethnal Green, Hackney, and Bow, such as along Old Ford Road.
6. Primrose Hill
Primrose Hill has a character all of its own, at the summit of this grassy hill are some spectacular views across London. It is separated from Regent’s Park by Prince Albert Road and the London Zoo,
7. Hampstead Heath
Wild and undulating, the grassy sprawl of Hampstead Heath makes a wonderfully untamed contrast to the manicured lawns and flowerbeds found elsewhere in the capital.
8. Holland Park
The Royal Borough’s largest park with 22.5 hectares of gardens, children’s play facilities, sports areas, a cafetaria and large areas of woodland abundant with wildlife.
9. Southbank Centre rooftop garden bar
The queen Elizabeth Hall Roof Gardeb is a green oasis amongst the concrete brutalist architecture of the Queen Elizabeth Hall, is open to the public daily in the spring and summer months.
10. Horniman Museum and Gardens, Forest Hill
The Horniman Museum is a British musum in Forest Hill, London, England. Commissioned in 1898, it opened in 1901.