Albert Einstein’s “Sommerhaus”
Caputh, Brandenburg, Germany
Watercolor by Christian Heinze
Jewish-German achitect Konrad Wachsmann built the home for Albert Einstein and his wife in 1929, on property purchased by Einstein after political quarrels prevented Berlin from giving it to him as a birthday “present from the city”. Allegedly when inviting his son to the house, Einstein wrote, “Come to Caputh, brush off the world.”
More history on “Sommerhaus”: http://www.einstein-website.de/z_biography/caputh-e.html
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Mgly (mist) and Zima (winter) by Michal Orlowski