Located in Amsterdam, Netherlands, Rijksmuseum is an art museum that displays over 8,000 pieces of art and historical artifacts. It is within the Museum Square, which is part of the Amsterdam South borough. It started in 1800, then moved to the Royal Palace in Amsterdam eight years later. The museum moved twice more, ending in its current building, which opened in 1885. In the early 2000s, it underwent an extensive renovation that took a decade. It reopened in 2013, and during that year and the following year, it had 2.2 and 2.45 million visitors, respectively. Some of its most famous pieces are works by Johannes Vermeer, Rembrandt, and Frans Hals. An Asian pavilion also houses a small collection of pieces from the Far East.