The largest museum in the Netherlands opens on April 13, 2013 after a ten year renovation programme.
The Dutch capital is now pushing back in an attempt to keep the city attractive to visitors and residents alike. But some say it's not going far enough.
Each year, the European Museum Forum gives the European Museum of the Year Award to the most-deserving winner. This year, 46 museums were nominated, some in Germany and Switzerland. Which one has what it takes to win?
It's over 100 years old and holds more than 100,000 ethnographical objects from around the world. Geneva's museum of ethnography has won the prestigious European Museum of the Year Award.
US billionaire Thomas Kaplan owns the largest private Rembrandt collection in the world. His works are now on show at the Louvre, but are on their way around the world, where he says they'll tear down walls.
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