Google has released data showing the most clicked sites in Nigeria over the past year to mark its 15th street view anniversary.

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The data, released on Thursday, examined the most clicked beaches, museums, and general points of interest in the country.

According to Google, Oniru Beach Resort in Lagos ranked the most visited beach in Nigeria during the period under review.

The statement also showed the National Museum in Benin city, Edo state, was the most clicked museum in Nigeria in the past year.

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A further breakdown showed the most clicked place of interest in the country was the Bariga Waterfront Jetty followed by Nike Art Gallery, and Lekki Conservation Centre respectively.

Globally, the Burj Khalifa in Dubai, received the most clicks for any other place of interest, followed by the Eiffel Tower in Paris, France, and the Taj Mahal in India.

Here are the lists of the top clicked on museums, beaches and points of interests in Nigeria over the past twelve months:

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Top Museums in Nigeria

Top Beaches in Nigeria

  • National Museum Benin City, Edo

  • National War Museum, Umuahia, Abia

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  • Kalakuta museum, Ikeja, Lagos

  • Oniru Beach Resort

  • Elegushi Royal Beach Lekki Phase I Lagos

  • Marwa Beach

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Top Points of Interest in Nigeria

Top 10 Points of Interest Globally

  • Bariga Waterfront Jetty – Lagos State

  • Nike Art Center – Lagos State

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  • Lekki Conservation Center – Lagos State

  • University of Ibadan – Oyo State

  • Oniru Private Beach – Lagos State

  • Ikeja City Mall – Lagos State

  • Pizza Hut Lekki – Lagos State

  • University of Benin – Edo State

  • Cosjane Mall – Lagos

  • Burj Khalifa – United Arab Emirates

  • Eiffel Tower – France

  • Taj Mahal – India

  • Statue of Liberty – United States

  • Christ the Redeemer – Brazil

  • Labyrinth at Rhyolite – United States

  • Giza Necropolis – Egypt

  • The White House – United States

  • Colosseum – Italy

  • National Monument – Indonesia



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