This June, 1954, file photo shows renowned physicist Albert Einstein in Princeton, N.J. (AP Photo, File)
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Handwritten pages from Albert Einstein's theory of relativity, letters to his lovers and other parts of his archive stored in Jerusalem are to be exhibited for the first time in Taiwan, China and Japan.Some 75 artifacts will go on display in Taipei beginning Friday as part of the exhibit "Albert Einstein: Life in Four Dimensions," Jerusalem's Hebrew University said Thursday.The Jerusalem university is home to the world's largest Einstein collection.Einstein served as a non-resident governor of Jerusalem's Hebrew University.
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