Museum Square was broken up at the end of the nineteenth century, and is so named because in it there are four museums: Reyksmyusem, Van Gogh Museum, the Museum and the Museum of diamonds Stedeleyk. The State Art Museum or Rijksmuseum founded in 1808 by the brother of Napoleon I, Louis Bonaparte, King of Holland. The museum houses a whole chronicle of the Netherlands from one thousand one hundredth to the present day, with a variety of works of art, archaeological artifacts, a collection of drawings, prints and photographs.. Another object of art, located on the Museumplein Amsterdam, Van Gogh Museum. It was founded in the seventies of the twentieth century. The Museum is the world's largest collection of paintings and drawings by the artist, tells about his life and work. Also in the gallery are works by other artists of the impressionist, contemporary Vincent van Gogh. Along with the Museum of Erotica, is the most famous museum in Amsterdam.. In the immediate vicinity of the previous two attractions are City Museum and Amsterdam Stedelek, which opened in 1895 as a place of historical relics. By the early seventies of the twentieth century, it became the first in Amsterdam, the Museum of Modern Art. Here are all the known areas of modern art, including the largest collection of works by Malevich.. The fourth museum, located on the Museum Square - Diamond Museum. Created by Coster Diamonds, he engaged in polishing and sale of diamonds for over 170 years. The permanent exhibition on display diamond jewelry and guided tours about the history of diamonds.. In the vicinity of the Museum Square in Amsterdam are law firms and expensive offices established companies. The area is the venue for events, festivals, celebrations and demonstrations.