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It"s Selfie Britain! The top 21 most popular sites to take snap with the PERFECT backdrop are revealedSelfie map listing top selfie spots has emerged from research conducted by National Rail on 16 -25 year-oldsThe study reveals the nation"s favourite locations,with The Shard coming in...

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It’s Selfie Britain! The top 21 most popular sites to take snap with the PERFECT backdrop are revealed

  • Selfie map listing top selfie spots has emerged from research conducted by National Rail on 16 -25 year-olds
  • The study reveals the nation’s favourite locations,with The Shard coming in second, and Glastonbury third
  • Jyoti Bird, Marketing Director at …

The National Rail research,  which was commissioned online in August 2018 by Ginger Research and comprised of 1,500 Brits age 16-25, shows that on average young people will post 12 pictures online every week

Big Ben has been voted as the selfie capital of the UK, according to a new poll conducted by National Rail of 16 to 25-year-old Brits

The Shard in London, also referred to as the Shard of Glass, came in second place on the list of popular selfie spots across the country

Festival-goers pose for the camera at the five-day Glastonbury festival near Somerset, England, which came in at third on the list. The popular festival brings thousands of music lovers to its field every year

Located in the city of Westminster, Buckingham Palace remains the residence of the monarch and a focal point of British history. It came in at fourth on the selfie map list of popular destinations

Tower Bridge was voted in at fifth place on the selfie map list. The famous bridge was built more than 120 years ago to ease road traffic while maintaining river access to the busy docks

Coming in for sixth place is Mayfield Lavender farm.It is a popular visitor attraction throughout summer when tourists can walk through a sea of organic lavender

Stonehenge, in seventh place, is one of the world's most prehistoric monuments built about 5,000 years ago. Its unique stone circle, erected in the late Neolithic period, is a popular site for tourists across the globe

In eighth place is Old Trafford football stadium-the home of Manchester United. It was nicknamed the 'Theatre of Dreams' by Sir Bobby Charlton

The White Cliffs of Dover came in at ninth on the list. They are a recognisable landmark to those approaching the port of Dover from the English Channel

At number ten was Ben Nevis, the highest mountain on the British Isles. It is located at the western end of the Grampian Mountains in the Lochaber area of Scotland and is affectionately known as 'The Ben'

Antony Gormley’s Angel of the North first spread its wings in February 1998 in Gateshead and is the UK’s most famous piece of public art. It came in at 11th place on the selfie map of the UK

In 12th place was St Paul's Cathedral which has stood for more than 1,400 years in the City of London. It was built between 1675 and 1710, after its predecessor was destroyed in the Great Fire of London

Arthur's Seat located in Holyrood Park, Edinburgh, Scotland, sits 251m above sea level giving excellent views of the city. It was placed in the 13th spot on the selfie map list

Piccadilly Circus, at number 14, is a popular road junction sitting by the famous statue of Eros and is one of London's most popular tourist destinations

In 15th place, Land’s End in Cornwall is a historic site that has inspired people since the ancient Greek period when it was referred to as ‘Belerion’ – place of the sun

Blenheim Palace in Oxfordshire is home to one of the extensive collections in Europe, which includes portraits, furniture and tapestries. It was given the 16th spot on the National Rail selfie map of the UK

The Gherkin, formally known as, 30 St Mary Axe, came in 17th place. It is London's most recognisable tower, totalling 500,000 sq ft

The Clifton Suspension Bridge, in the 18th spot, links  Bristol to Leigh Woods in Somerset is another popular selfie spot in the UK

Famous for its connection with the Beatles thousands of fans flock to the famous Abbey Road to pose recreate the iconic 1969 album cover of the British band. It came in at number 19 on the list

At number 20 of popular selfie sites is Liverpool's Baltic Triangle. It attracts thousands of tourists to stand in front of its impressive graffiti and street art on Jamaica Street

Portmeiron in Wales came in for the 21st spot on the selfie map list. It was built by Welsh architect Clough Williams-Ellis from 1925 to 1973 and now stands as a popular tourist village