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Jim Garrison visits the grave of JFK in Washington D.C.
Lt. Daniel Kaffee sitting on the steps reflects on his moral dilemmas.
Forrest takes a picture of Lincoln Memorial while visiting Washington D.C.
Eleanor and Palmer Joss are having a conversation about God.
Martin and Philomena visit the Lincoln Memorial when they are in Washington D.C.
Professor Xavier and Erik Lensherr talk on the steps.
John and Jeremy sit down at Lincoln Memorial to have a reflective moment in the morning.
Jim Garrison meets the unknown General X.
Martin and Philomena having a conversation at a hot dog stand in front of the Lincoln Memorial.
Mitch McDeere and Wayne Tarrance discuss the options Mitch has.
Forrest gets caught in an anti-Vietnam demonstration. His speech can not be heared because of sabotage. "That's all I have to say about that." It's where he meets Jenny again after mentioning his name. "Jenny!"
On a bench next to the Reflecting Pool Mitch McDeere is told that he actually works for the maffia by FBI Director F. Denton Voyles.
Diana and Steve have a romantic moment.
Spider-Man is running towards Washington Monument to save the people inside the elevator.
Jim Garrison sits on a bench with the unknown General X who provides him with important information. "Why was Kennedy Killed? Who benefited? Who has the power to cover it up? Who?"
Heather offers Bourne to come back to CIA.
** spoiler alert ** Father Karras decides to seduce the devil, takes over the evil spirit and the kills himself by jumping through the window and falling down the stairs.
Father Merrin arrives at the house of Regan MacNeil.
Forrest and Jenny are walking past the Tidal Basin and say goodbye next morning.
Martin jogs through Washington D.C.
Jefferson Smith walks through Washington.
Spider-Man is trying to save the people that are visiting Washington Memorial, but the police are not really cooperating.
In the opening credits the washington monument appears along with other D.C. landmarks as the Washington Monument, the United States Capitol (it always seems to be there in the background) the John F Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Nationals Park, Union Station, the Grand Army of the Republic Monument and more.
Chance is talking to the policeman in front of the White House.
Julie visits Julia Child's kitchen in the museum.