Einstein House:Behind the sandstone façade on Kramgasse 49, in a small apartment on the second floor, there really was a revolution. Here, in 1905, Albert Einstein (1879-1955), at that time a civil servant at the Intellectual Property Office, developed his five most important works, created in Bern scientific work, including the special relativity and light quantum theory. Here quantum leaps occurred in modern physics!In the modest apartment owned by the Albert Einstein Society since 1977, Einstein lived with his wife Mileva Maric and their son Hans Albert for two years. It has been restored to its original state so that one can immerse oneself in the life of the scholar couple, not least through contemporary furniture and objects. The exhibition in the
The third floor informs about Einstein's groundbreaking insights, and a 20-minute video introduces his life, thoughts and actions.
October 13, 2017
It is believed that his being wife was involved in the emergence of relativity and light quantum theory. In any case, they are said to have discussed this house violently.Einstein came to Switzerland in 1895 and settled in 1901. He was born in 1879 in Ulm.His wife, Mileva Marić, was a fellow student of A. Einstein and also a physicist.They studied together in Zurich at the Swiss Federal Polytechnic (now ETH).
October 15, 2017
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