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See Instagrammable locations on beautiful maps

Instagram has always been great for finding beautiful images, but with maps neatly integrated into the app and on the website, it's even easier to see where the most photogenic places actually are.

Screenshot_2015-10-26-15-42-24All over the world, Instagrammers are meeting up offline to take photos and record videos together in these incredible locations and last weekend we joined the club, hosting our first InstaMeet in Berlin, Germany.

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There’s a certain kind of glow that comes along with the autumn season in Berlin. Think hues of yellow, orange and red, while the sky above is bright blue and the sun is being generous with its rays. We were lucky enough to have exactly that kind of day last Saturday, as we embarked on our little adventure with some of Germany’s most followed Instagrammers.

 

 

After greeting our photographers at the HERE offices in Berlin and supplying them with HERE backpacks full of treats, we set off in a convoy of HERE vehicles and headed in the direction of Treptow-Köpenick; an eastern borough of Berlin. With stops at paddocks and a corn field on the way, the group were already snap-happy, before we had reached the first destination. The adventure eventually took us out of Berlin, to the neighbouring state of Brandenburg and then back to our starting point via some incredible scenery, short walks and fun transit options.

Would you double-tap that? Take a look at some of the images that were taken on our trip. All you need to do is tap on a member's profile and then select the location icon to see their photomap.

You can see more images from our InstaMeet under the #instameetHERE hashtag and let us know if you think we should host the next event in your city.

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