Original Manuscripts of Albert Einstein's Theory of Relativity Displayed in Jerusalem
epa02068731 A page of the original manuscripts of the theory of relativity developed by German-born American physicist and Nobel laureate Albert Einstein are on dislay at the Israeli National Academy of Science and Humanities in Jerusalem, Israel, 07 March 2010. The manuscript is displayed in its entirety for the first time until 25 March 2010. The Hebrew University in Jerusalem is lending the manuscript to the academy for the 50th anniversary of the Academy. EPA/URI LENZ ***ISRAEL OUT***
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