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The National Academy of Sciences invites you to help honor the legacy of Albert Einstein by sending us your #PhotosWithAlbert. Simply snap a photo of you or your group at the Einstein Memorial Statue and post it to Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram...more
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Robert Berks did it. He created a really unconventional bronze statue of Albert Einstein which reflects the heart, soul and mind of the greatest scientist of our time.
The statue hidden in the little grove of the National Academy of Sciences courtyard has become one...More
Amongst all the other great memorials around, this one seems to be a little overlooked. For me the most important next to the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial, this one of Albert Einstein attracts a lot of philosophical thoughts about our presence on this planet....More
It’s amazing that the Albert Einstein figure on Constitution is little known to visitors and to locals in Washington DC. This large and handsome bronze sits on its own plot of land at the National Sciences building. It is outstanding piece of art that should...More
The Albert Einstein is a small, but fun monument dedicated to the genius. The sculpture presents Einstein as a warm, welcoming person - even fun as he was believe to be a little playful. This statue would stand about 12 feet tall if he stood...More