This Insta-celebrity couple make Sheikh Zayed Road look like a truly magical landscape…

You know when you just about manage to get all the Burj Khalifa in your iPhone screen and think “I’ve got the perfect Dubai shot”?

Well, it’s unlikely you’ve nailed a photo as amazing as this one.

But that’s OK – these guys are pros, and also a lot better with heights than your average tourist.

Murad and Natalia Osmann are experienced travellers, and the couple behind Instagram’s iconic #FollowMeTo series, a compilation of photos which show Natalia leading her now-husband by the hand through some of the world’s most amazing destinations.

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The daredevil pair, who boast more than 5.5 million followers between them, ventured out on to a ledge to capture the above snap, and the behind-the-scenes version is just as mesmerising.

Scouting for the perfect location. Stay tuned for the #followmeto photo! #visitdubai

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(Talk about a trusting couple).

The duo, who visited the emirate around three weeks ago, first started their series back in 2011, and have since released a book with images from their travels.

And Murad admits the whole thing started as an accident during a visit to Barcelona.

You make me happy in a way no one else can… love these adventures together…

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“Nataly was a bit annoyed that I was always taking pictures of everything, so she grabbed my hand and tried to pull me forward,” he told the Daily Mail.

“That said it didn’t stop me from doing photos while she was pulling me. So that’s how it all started.”

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#followmeto the tallest building in the world – Burj Khalifa, with @natalyosmann. #MyDubai

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This wasn’t the couple’s first trip to Dubai – they first visited the UAE in 2015, where they took in the Burj Khalifa as well as the Burj Al Arab captured through the fronds of the Madinat Jumeirah.

#followmeto Dubai with @natalyosmann. What is your favorite place in Dubai?

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BRB, off to learn how to master a French braid as good as this one.

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Image: Murad Osmann/Instagram