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Einstein's Sink is a nearly 100 year old sink which was taken from the old physics building and installed in its current location in the 90's. This sink was used by many famous scientists, most notably Albert Einstein. The sink is installed in the...more
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Niels Bohrweg 2 | Leiden Institute of Physics, 2333 CA, Leiden, The Netherlands
A highlight of any visit to Leiden. So good, that I needed to pipe in. Surprised this attraction has sunk so low on the trip advisor list. It provides access to clean, potable water (hot and cold) INTO a building. Think of the lives it's...More
Yes, many, many famous scientists (among whom Einstein) have used this sink when it still hung at the Kamerlingh Onnes Laboratory ( located at city center). This sink was saved from demolition and got a new destination at the bioscience park far from city center....More