Once the Habsburg apartments for visiting dignitaries, this Hofburg Museum holds the world's greatest collection of graphic art, spanning six centuries. It emerged from renovations in the early 2000s with a restored fountain and facade as well as a modern overhang, jutting out onto Albertinaplatz. While only a small portion of the Albertina's art is on permanent display, visitors can always see their Batliner collections spanning from Monet to Picasso, making it a must for any art lover. The vaults hold some of Albrecht Dürer's most famous works, like "The Hare" and "Clasped Hands," which are displayed to the public as part of a rotating exhibit alongside works by Michelangelo, Rembrandt, Rubens, Casper David Friedrich, Kokoshka, and many others. Exhibitions like a 2013/14 display of living legend Georg Baselitz, one of the most recognizable German Expressionists, keep the Albertina on the global shortlist of contemporary art museums. Visits are accompanied by multilingual audio guides that also recount the history of the apartments in which these priceless works reside.