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Nikola Tesla's laboratory (Shoreham, USA)

Nikola Tesla's laboratory (Shoreham, USA)

This physicist-inventor and electrical engineer who mainly dealt with electrotechnics was undoubtedly one of the most brilliant figures of the second industrial revolution.

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