Photo Cred - Romain Le Moellic\nThere is no denying that Montreal is a beautiful city. Every street corner you turn looks like a photograph. That's probably why everyone feels the need to post so many pictures of our magnificent city. However, if you look closely than you will see that some photos repeat… a lot.\nThe Montreal Graffiti 'Gram\nMontreal has some incredible pieces of street art. It’s rare to see a blank brick wall around here. Because these pieces are so extraordinary people feel the need to post pictures celebrating them. Especially the parking lot at Saint Laurent and Prince Arthur…\nThe Bagel 'Gram\nYou’re not a true Montrealer until you’ve publically announced your love for bagels on social media. And it better be classic Montreal style bagel. Otherwise it doesn’t count.\nThe Boats At Old Port 'Gram\nOne of the most common tourist spots in Montreal is Old Port. It makes sense; Old Port looks as if it was taken right out of Europe! It has adorable shops, restaurants and a beautiful view of the waterfront. However, even with all of this to explore, people seem to fixate on taking pictures of the boats. Why? We have no idea.\nPhoto Cred - Paul_Pls\nThe Osheaga Crowd 'Gram\nAh, the classic Osheaga crowd photo. This picture demonstrates how big the world is, and yet the magic of music still has the power to bring us all together. Or it’s a good way to make your friends jealous. Either one works.\nThe Snowy Downtown 'Gram\nMontreal is cold and snowy. This is a fact. You don’t need a picture to commemorate how cold and snowy Montreal is. We know. We live it.\nThe On Top Of The Mountain 'Gram\nSometimes it seems as though people climb to the top of Mont Royal just for the picture of the skyline. There are a million of them. Just enjoy the skyline with your own eyes. There does not need to be any more of the same picture added to the ever-growing collection.\nThe IglooFest Toque Selfie\nIf you’re going to IglooFest, you have to post the obligatory selfie with your neon beanie. We’re pretty sure it’s an Instagram law.