"Come to Caputh, whistle in the world". With these words, Albert Einstein tried to persuade his son Edward to a visit of the then very popular paradise for summer visitors. The great physicist felt very comfortable. He had let in 1929 to build on the edge of the forest by the young Saxon architect Konrad Wachsmann (1901-1980) a wooden house in which he was able to spend only three summers, for the seizure of power by the Nazis forced him to emigrate. Einstein has never entered his house.
Stone House / Einstein House
On the edge of the forest of 15-17
Distance from hotel: 2.4 km