Britain's ten best views have been revealed by public vote and the view from the summit of Snowdon has taken the top spot.
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The survey was commissioned by Samsung to launch the new Galaxy S8 smartphone and revealed a series of awe-inspiring locations, from Buttermere in the Lake District to Cornwall's St Ives Bay.
Wales' highest peak topped the list in a poll of more 2,500 people. The 1,085-metre mountains stands tall over the village of Llanberis and is part of a family of jagged peaks which offers views of Snowdonia, Anglesey, Pembrokeshire and Ireland. Snowdon has a variety of paths with varying difficult for climbers.
The Scottish Highlands' Three Sisters mountains was Britain's second best view is found, while Stonehenge, St Ives Bay and Cheddar Gorge were also named.
Samsung's study pinpointed the five key factors that make up a quintessentially British view, with rolling countryside coming top (42%), followed by rugged coastlines (21%), country villages (20%), historical landmarks (15%) and spires, cathedrals and architecture (15%).
Browse the most stunning views in the UK, as voted for by the British public.