Category:Einsteinhaus Caputh

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English: The Einstein House (Einsteinhaus) in Caputh, Brandenburg, Germany. Built after designs of Albert Einstein and Konrad Wachsmann by the latter and Christoph & Unmack, Niesky, in 1929. Used between 1929 and end of 1932 by Albert Einstein and family as their summer house.
Albert Einstein (1879–1955) Link back to Creator infobox template wikidata:Q937 s:en:Author:Albert Einstein q:en:Albert Einstein
Albert Einstein
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German-American physicist

He became famous for developing his theory of relativity, especially the equivalence of mass and energy, expressed by the most famous physical formula of the world E = mc².
Date of birth/death 18 April 1955
Location of birth/death Ulm Princeton, New Jersey
Work period 1900-1955
Work location Zürich, Switzerland; Bern (Switzerland), Switzerland; Prague, Austria-Hungary; Berlin, German Empire; Pasadena, California, United States; Princeton, New Jersey, United States
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