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As one of the world's most legendary and historical cities, London is awash with culture and amazing spots for you to take that all-important shot for your Instagram. We've listed our favourite places for those Instagrammable pics.

St. Paul’s Cathedral

This landmark is potentially the most photographed spot in all of London, and is one of the best places for taking Instagram photos. The beauty of this site is that photography sessions can be held anytime and from various angles. Capture its beauty from in-between the sides of the futuristic One New Change mall for some nice juxtaposition and framing!

Neal’s Yard, Covent Garden

Neal’s Yard harbors the most colorful buildings in all of London. Its quaint garden is one of the most Instagrammable spots in London! This place is situated in the Covent Garden area and is home to numerous boutiques and cafes. At Neal’s Yard, photos can be taken from any angle because of the surrounding beautiful rainbow-colored walls. Neal's Yard is just a short walk from Covent Garden.

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St Dunstan-in-the-East

This ancient Church is tucked away in the heart of London, it was bombed during WWII and so has no roof! Stepping in is like going back in time, and this quiet little oasis is the perfect place to get a cool shot for your Instagram.

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St Dunstan in the East was originally built in 1100 - throughout the next 500-600 years the church saw extensive and multiple rebuilds and redesigns to better serve its parish and community; however, major parts of the church were destroyed during World War II and all that remains are ruins of what the church once was. Now, the walls encompass a beautiful garden and outdoor space for those who want to sit and collect their thoughts on a lovely spring or summer day. Capture @erica.hilario β€”β€”β€”β€”β€”β€”β€”β€”β€”β€”β€”β€”β€”β€”β€”β€”β€”β€”β€”β€”β€” Copyright 2019 EIGHTHREE MEDIA β€”β€”β€”β€”β€”β€”β€”β€”β€”β€”β€”β€”β€”β€”β€”β€”β€”β€”β€”β€”β€” #london #england #uk #unitedkingdom #greatbritain #history #architecture #landscape #wanderlust #landscapephotography #londonarchitecture #roamtheplanet #beautifuldestinations #travel #explore #adventure #photography #photographer #nycphotographer #ruins #wherewillyourstorytakeus #adventureshouldlastalifetime #eighthreemedia

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The Millennium Bridge

The ideal time for taking Instagram pictures at the Millennium Bridge is during the night or at dawn as it can get extremely busy during the daytime. The Millennium Bridge has become synonymous with London photography, and is the perfect place to show off your view of the city.

View of the Shard

The Shard offers a 360 view of London and a wide range of photography options. The Shard charges a small entry fee, however the magnificent view it provides is worth every penny. Pictures can be taken at any time, and the site is near the London Bridge Station.

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Heal's of London

This venue is along the Tottenham Court Road. Heals of London operates a successful furniture shop and has the most beautiful staircase in London. This place does not charge any fee, but photographs are taken only during opening hours.

Natural History Museum

The unique thing about this spot is the amazing architecture in the main hall. The best time to take pictures is during the day. The Natural History Museum is located in Cromwell Rd, Kensington, and charges a fee. The best way to capture beautiful Instagram photos in this location is by using a wide angle lens.

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Leadenhall Market

Leadenhall Market is the cities’ central financial district. Scenes from Harry Potter were filmed in this beautiful building which has excellent interior finishes. Photos can best be taken using a wide angle lens to capture the scope of the place. In one corner there is even a 'flying book' display where you can take a super Instagrammable shot.

Notting Hill

Notting Hill has the most scenic streets in London. Stunning pictures can be taken along Portobello Road and Notting Hill Gate Station. The ideal time to take photos in this area is during the day. Aside from photography, these streets are the best for evening walks.

King's Cross Light Tunnel

King's Cross Tunnel has multi-colored ceilings that attract numerous photographers. Its waiting bay also has stunning structures. This tunnel connects Kings Cross Station to St. Pancras Station. Kings Cross Tunnel is accessible any time of day but the best time to take pictures is at dawn or late in the evening.

Within all these locations, there are limitless photos to be taken! Each angle should inspire you, and help you get that perfect Insta-worthy photo.

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