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Instagram is a very serious matter to Torontonians. It's no longer a place for grainy, un-composed snapshots (however, if that's what your Instagram looks like, there's nothing to be ashamed of).

As you've probably seen in our The Best #Toronto Instagram Pictures lists, the people in this city take some pretty sick photos. Whether you use VSCO Cam, Afterlight or the standard Instagram filters, you've probably taken a cool shot or two of the CN Tower. We wanna help you step up your Insta game even further with these cool spots! A few of these have rad views of the skyline, but we'll let you explore and figure out which ones those are yourself.

Here's a list of the coolest places in the city to take Instagram photos.

1. York University

Photo cred – @bradleyxburnett

2. Edwards Gardens

3. Scarborough Bluffs

4. Woodbine Beach

5. Sunnybrook Park

6. Crothers Woods

Photo cred – @drysdaleandco

7. Evergreen Brickworks

8. Riverdale Park

9. Spadina Museum

10. Casa Loma

11. Aga Khan Museum

12. The West Toronto Rail Path

Photo cred – @rickettes

13. Yorkville

14. University of Toronto

15. Thompson Hotel Rooftop Lounge

16. Park Hyatt Rooftop Lounge

17. The One Eighty Rooftop Lounge @ Manulife Centre

Photo cred – @pennjarks

18. Royal Ontario Museum

19. Art Gallery of Ontario

20. Toronto Reference Library

21. Allan Gardens Conservatory

22. Gerrard Square

23. Yonge-Dundas Square

Photo cred – @nadivinthecut

24. Eaton Centre

25. Nathan Phillips Square and City Hall

26. Atrium Toronto

27. Mackenzie House

28. Ryerson University

Photo cred – @lo.so

29. Massey Hall

30. Elgin and Winter Garden Theatres

31. Museum Station

32. Osgoode Hall

33. OCAD University

Photo cred – @dctrey

34. Graffiti Alley

35. Chinatown

36. Kensington Market

37. Kensington Parking Garage

38. Flatiron Building

Photo cred – @tothemirror

39. Fairmont Royal York Hotel

Photo cred – @416hollywoodnorth

40. Union Station

41. Skywalk

42. CN Tower

43. Steamwhistle Brewery

44. Ripley's Aquarium

Photo cred – @ellenaturel

45. Brookfield Place

Photo cred – @mtran9

46. St. Lawrence Market

47. CityPlace Puente de Luz Bridge

48. Distillery District

49. Liberty Village

50. Exhibition Place

51. BMO Field

Photo cred – @marcadoto

52. Harbourfront

53. Sugar Beach

54. Polson Pier

55. High Park

56. Bathurst Street Bridge

Photo cred – @jtnathan

57. Gardiner Expressway

58. Toronto Islands

59. Leslie Spit

60. Humber Bay Arch Bridge

61. Humber Bay Park

Photo cred – @harrystoronto

62. Colonel Samuel Smith Park

Will you be visiting any of these places? Do you know of anymore cool spots? Let us know in the comments and tag us in your photos @Narcity_Toronto!

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