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History?s beloved genius, Albert Einstein, spent his last years in humble, two-storey house in Princeton, New Jersey. The Nobel-prize winning physicist who introduced the E=MC^2 formula and made physics cool and fun lived in this book-pattern, cottage-style house from 1936 until his death in 1955. Einstein stayed here upon moving from Germany and during his time as a professor in the nearby Princeton University.

Despite not having any architectural or cultural significance, Einstein?s role in the world of science was enough to earn this structure an entry in the National Historic Landmark list on January 7, 1976. Ever the low-profile scientist that he was, Albert Einstein purportedly requested before his death that his house not be turned into a museum. Though not open to visitors, his house can be seen by passersby at 112 Mercer Street.
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