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Einsteinhaus is the flat on Kramgasse where Albert Einstein lived from 1903 to 1905 while working at the Bern patent office.
Einsteinhaus is the flat on Kramgasse where Albert Einstein lived from 1903 to 1905 while working at the Bern patent office. The has been restored to reflect the period décor when Einstein inhabited it. It also has an exhibition on The Nobel Laureate's life and works.
The Herrengasse is a short but important street in Old City Bern, connecting the Münsterplatz to the Casinoplatz
The Bern Minster is the tallest cathedral in Switzerland, with a height of 100
The Burgerbibliothek of Berne is a public library which has the illustrated copy of the Berner Schilling, the chronicle of Diebold Schilling the Elder of Berne which covers the history of the Old Swiss Confederacy up to the Burgundian Wars
The Zytglogge is a landmark tower built in 1218-'20 as a gate in the city walls
The Child Eater Fountain, Kindlifresserbrunnen, is a stupefying 16th century sculpture by Hans Gieng
The Kunsthalle Bern presents contemporary works by renowned international artists
The Junkerngasse is a street in the Old City of Bern that leads to the Münster from the heart of the Aare peninsula
The Gerechtigkeitsbrunnen is a 16th century fountain with a life-size statue of Lady Justice, standing blindfolded with scales in her left hand and a sword in her right hand