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Frank and Claire in the press room in the Kremlin.
Claire's CWI charity event at 'Hotel Cotesworth' which was visited by teachers protesting Frank's education bill.
Frank Underwood visits The Sentinel, a prestigious South Carolina military academy.
Doug Stamper finds ex-prostitute Rachel Posner in the restaurant where she works.
Claire Underwood is attending a service.
After President Underwood gets the mayor of D.C. to embrace a political plan, the mayor makes an announcement to the press in front of the D.C.'s City Hall.
John McClane and Thomas Gabriel are shot at from a helicopter as they try to escape in a police car.
** spoiler alert ** Francis asks Zoe to meet at a train station. After the talk Francis pushes Zoe in front of an oncoming train
The home of ambitious Washington Herald reporter Zoe Barnes.
The police are investigating the murder of William Gant. They find a witness.
Doug Stamper meets hacker Gavin Orsay
McNulty is in a tight spot when Major Rawls gives him a week to report back to his old job.
D'Angelo Barksdale teaches the boys how to play chess.
The president's inaugural ball.
Numerous political power breakfasts in the first season took place in this restaurant
Frank Underwood noticed Zoe Barnes for the first time at Washington Opera House.
Vice President Frank Underwood is invited to throw the first pitch at an Orioles game.
The home of Frank and Claire Underwood in Washington DC.
Claire needs to do some political maneuvering at the United Nations in New York.
When Remy Danton needs to meet with someone that's part of the VP's inner cirle the meet at the benches in the middle of Fells Point's Broadway Square.
Freddy's BBQ Rib Joint
Mark Zuckerberg returns to his room after Erica broke up with him.
Zoe Barnes worked for the Herald as a journalist, along with her colleague later boyfriend political editor Lucas Goodwin.
Frank goes for a late-night talk with clergy.