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Albert Einstein Museum: E=mc2

The Museum is located in the city of Zürich in Swiss lands. It was built by the architect André Lambert. In the beginning the plan was establish this museum as the National Museum of Switzerland. The architect Lambert built the building inspired in the old castles of the country which were built during the 15th and 16th century (the most of them). This is one of the most important museums in Switzerland.

This museum posses several things of great historic value. Some of them are: Burgundian tapestries, bronze hydria from Grächwil, series of ethnographic and numismatic collections as well as many historic documents of the famous scientist Albert Einstein who discovered the theory of relativity.

Einstein was born in Switzerland in Ulm, but he passed his childhood in Germany studying. History says that he was not a good student. Years later he got back to his country and started his superior studies in the university. He was persecuted in Germany and Switzerland, due to this he escaped to the USA where he died.

Today many of his unfinished theories remain in the museum. If you want to visit the museum you must keep in mind that it is not open on Mondays; it is open from Tuesday to Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. The museum is supported by the City, Municipal Authority and the Canton of Zürich. If you come to Switzerland, do not miss the chance and visit the museum of the person that is considered as the most intelligent person ever seen in the world.

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