Located in Tiergarten, the Gemäldegalerie is one of the most highly regarded museums in Germany. The museum’s collection, founded in 1830, contains European art dating from the 13th through the 18th century. Works from German masters, including Dürer and Holbein, occupy seven rooms, while other rooms are reserved for Italian and Dutch masters, including Botticelli, Titian, Van Eyck, and Bosch. The museum also has a Rembrandt Room, which displays 16 works by the famed painter, composing the world’s second-largest collection of his art. Visitors to the museum’s main gallery can view more than 1,000 works.