Tesla's Wardenclyffe Tower and Laboratory

Nikola Tesla Landmarks

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Nikola Tesla has his own corner in New York City at the intersection of Avenue of the Americas (6th Avenue) and West 40th Street in Midtown Manhattan. This is where Tesla spent many years feeding...


Wardenclyffe was Tesla's most grandiose plan! He built a power plant on Long Island, New York (now Shoreham) in 1902 with the intention of sending power wirelessly around the globe.


Nikola Tesla was born an ethnic Serb in the village Smiljan, Lika county, in the Austrian Empire (present day Croatia), on 10 July, 1856. His father, Milutin Tesla (1819–1879), was an Eastern Orthodox...

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