Where are the best selfie skyline spots in Dallas? Here's the rooftop at the Nylo Hotel on South Lamar in Dallas.

Where are the best selfie skyline spots in Dallas? Here's the rooftop at the Nylo Hotel on South Lamar in Dallas.

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Dallas' skyline has some unmistakable features, from the Bank of America building outlined in bright colors to the lights of Reunion Tower. 

Get your phone ready and your Instagram fired up: Here are five spots to find postcard-worthy views.

From downtown

From the Geo Deck at Reunion Tower in Dallas

From the Geo Deck at Reunion Tower in Dallas

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A great skyline selfie spot is the Reunion Tower Geo-Deck, located at 300 Reunion Blvd. East in Dallas.

From the south

Aurelio Hernandez and Elizabeth Barajas watch the sunset from Nylo Dallas Southside bar in Dallas.

Aurelio Hernandez and Elizabeth Barajas watch the sunset from Nylo Dallas Southside bar in Dallas.

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Or, try the Nylo Dallas South Side hotel rooftop bar, located at 1325 S. Lamar St. in Dallas.

From the west 

The view from Room 56 at the Belmont Hotel off of  Sylvan and Fort Worth Avenue in Dallas

The view from Room 56 at the Belmont Hotel off of Sylvan and Fort Worth Avenue in Dallas

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With the room lights out, the skyline emerges as a focal point.

With the room lights out, the skyline emerges as a focal point.

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Room 56, or other areas of the Belmont hotel and its restaurants, bars, and outdoor areas offer a beautiful hilltop view of downtown. The Belmont is located at 901 Fort Worth Ave. in Dallas.

Elsewhere in West Dallas, a telephoto lens or a zoom feature can let you juxtapose and frame Reunion Tower through the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge, in this view looking towards downtown from Canada Drive.

Elsewhere in West Dallas, a telephoto lens or a zoom feature can let you juxtapose and frame Reunion Tower through the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge, in this view looking towards downtown from Canada Drive.

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From the east

Karina Galvan, Kathya Hernandez, Alexandra Roddy and Karina Xibillé enjoy an after work party at Stirr restaurant and bar in Deep Ellum, as the Dallas skyline looms in the background.

Karina Galvan, Kathya Hernandez, Alexandra Roddy and Karina Xibillé enjoy an after work party at Stirr restaurant and bar in Deep Ellum, as the Dallas skyline looms in the background.

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Numerous restaurants and bars in East Dallas and in Deep Ellum offer similar views of the skyline. Two examples are Stackhouse burgers and Stirr restaurant and bar. Locations: 2917 Gaston Ave.  and 2803 Main St., both in Dallas.

From the north

A look at the Dallas skyline from north of the intersection of Royal Lane and Abrams Road, in the neighborhood known as Lake Highlands.

A look at the Dallas skyline from north of the intersection of Royal Lane and Abrams Road, in the neighborhood known as Lake Highlands.

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And finally, not to be outdone, folks in northeast Dallas will tell you that from a hilltop, a unique view of the skyline is available from surprisingly far away in several parts of Lake Highlands.

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