Where in DC?


How well do you know your city? This new contest might help you gauge that. If you think you know where this image was shot AND want a chance to win a cool prize, leave a comment answering the “Where in DC?” question.

Everyone who correctly names the location of the photo will be entered into a drawing for a chance to win TWO of these Certifikid deals for admission to the Newseum! This contest will run through the weekend, and a winner will be notified on Monday.

Good luck!


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48 Responses to Where in DC?

  1. The Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. memorial on the Mall! pretty granite up close…

  2. Jackie

    The MLK memorial in DC

  3. eva

    I didn’t go to MLK memorial, I thought this was FDR memorial… now that I see the comments I have my doubts but I will go with my first choice anyway: FDR!

  4. Michelle W

    FDR memorial

  5. Amy Miller

    The MLK Memorial

  6. Trick question! It is FDR memorial- so pretty under the cherry blossoms in spring.

  7. Kelly O'Brien

    At the Lincoln Memorial!! One of my favorite DC spots!

  8. Isn’t this the Lincoln Memorial? There’s a stone commemorating MLK’s speech on the spot where he stood.

  9. Sam Nguyen

    Steps of the Lincoln Memorial, where the “I Have a Dream” speech was given.

  10. Terri Jo

    You would think it is MLK memorial, but it is the FDR memorial

  11. Christy

    The MLK monument. I have been there! 😉

  12. Cyrene Gerard

    Lincoln memorial steps

  13. trish

    I would say this is at the Lincoln Memorial on the stairs!

  14. Leida Martinez

    Lincoln Memorial

  15. Laura Steichen

    Lincoln memorial

  16. Linda L

    My guess is the Lincoln Memorial! I think I’ve seen it there.

  17. Andrea

    MLK memorial!

  18. Nicole

    Lincoln memorial

  19. Gk

    Lincoln memorial. MLK has whiter stone.

  20. Patti

    Steps of the Lincoln Memorial 🙂

  21. Krissi

    MLK Jr Memorial!

  22. Ani

    It’s on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial, where Dr. King gave his speech.

  23. Sheryl

    The steps of the Lincoln Memorial, where the “I Have a Dream” speech was given. It gives me goosebumps every time!

  24. Diana

    Steps of the Lincoln Memorial

  25. Jayaram

    The phrase “I have a dream,” is engraved in the stone where Martin Luther King Jr. gave his historic speech on the steps of the “Lincoln Memorial”!

  26. Elisabeth Kvernen

    It’s at the MLK memorial along the tidal basin.

  27. Lisa

    I’m guessing The Newseum

  28. Martin Luther King memorial in SW DC.

  29. doreen morgan

    Lincoln Memorial steps where he gave his speech

  30. Rebecca

    Lincoln Memorial

  31. Linda wilson

    The Lincoln Memorial

  32. Charmaine

    Lincoln Memorial

  33. Jeff Oliver

    Since the obvious choices have been mentioned, thinking outside the box…Freedom Plaza. Which was renamed due to the proximity of where Dr. King wrote his speech @ the Willard.

  34. Liz

    Lincoln Memorial where original I have a Dream speech was given–I think someone from Maury photographed themselves there last year…

  35. Katie

    Lincoln memorial steps.

  36. Keyarna

    MLK memorial

  37. Meg

    Its the Lincoln Memorial, right on the big wide landing, right where MLK jr gave his speech!

  38. Rebecca davis

    Steps of the Lincoln monument on the spot where MLK delivered his famous address

  39. O Brooks

    Lincoln memorial monument

  40. Tracey

    The steps of the Lincoln monument

  41. Mary

    Lincoln memorial

  42. Mary

    Lincoln memorial – had the wrong email 1st time.

  43. Maybelline

    Lincoln memorial , where dr king delivered that same speech 51 years ago. One of our fav spots to bring our babies every year and take their one year older pics and remind them of the great responsibility we have to show the world our voices and ability to be global change agents.

  44. Clara

    Martin Luther King Memorial

  45. Lori

    Lincoln memorial! One of the first places we visited when we moved here seven years ago!

  46. Caryn

    Steps of the Lincoln Memorial

  47. Amy

    Lincoln Memorial steps!

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