According to an analysis of 35 million Flickr images undertaken by Cornell students on a university supercomputer, the Fifth Avenue Apple Store is the fifth most photographed landmark in New York City — and the 28th most photographed landmark in the world, reports “Fortune” (″).

The downside? Were the cube to be granted official New York City landmark status, he’d never be able to tear it down, the article notes.

The store sports a 32-foot glass cube and is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Located at 767 Fifth Avenue between 58th and 59th Streets, it offers more than 100 Macs and nearly 200 iPods. It has the largest staff of any Apple Store — nearly 300 highly trained Mac Specialists, Mac Geniuses and Creatives who offer free tips and tricks on photography, movies and music. The new store will feature a combined 45-foot Genius Bar, iPod Bar and The Studio where customers can get face-to-face support, free advice and work on creative projects at any hour of the day or night.