On Wednesday, Snapchat introduced its newest geography-based feature – Geo Stickers. Similar to the fun geo-filters that become available whenever you visit new or interesting places around the world, Snapchat has now given users the ability to not only mark their travels with a decorative filter, but also brand their photos with geo-centric stickers.

In a blog post about the new feature, Snapchat names the 10 major cities across the globe that are now marked their own special set of geo-stickers users can access when visiting these cities.

Among the lucky cities to get the new geo-filter stickers are Paris, London and New York. San Paulo, Brazil also makes the list in advance of the 2016 Summer Olympics, which kick off Aug. 5.

How To Use Snapchat Geo Stickers

If you happen to be in one of the 10 cities with Snapchat Geo Stickers, using them is pretty simple. Just take a photo or video like you normally would, then tap on the sticker icon and swipe until you find them. According to TechCrunch , San Francisco alone has 15 geo stickers with more designs likely on the way.

Snapchat Geo Sticker is just one more example of how the company is finding new and exciting ways to get the community involved and actively using the social media platform. A June report by Bloomberg revealed Snapchat has an active daily user base of 150 million, surpassing Twitter’s 140 million daily users. In addition, Snapchat users watch more than 10 billion videos on the platform each day , placing it number one, ahead of Facebook and YouTube. Snapchat users spend on average 25-30 minutes per day inside the app with over one third of users posting stories and videos of their own each day. Its primary user base (41 percent) is people aged 18-34.