The Rijksmuseum, the Dutch national museum, reopens on April 13 after a 10-year renovation.

“Nearly everything has changed except for the setting of its famous painting,” The Night Watch by Rembrandt van Rijn, notes the daily.

The museum has been partially closed since 2003 for restoration work meant to take only four years.

The project ran into unexpected difficulties, varying from problems with asbestos to soaring budgets and resistance from cyclists about the closure of a “bike tunnel” under the museum, which all contributed to its delayed reopening. The renovations cost almost €375m.