Unpublished studio photos and exclusive Photo impressions. The Mercedes-Benz Museum in Stuttgart is one of the largest and most visited industrial museums in the world. But the 160 or so automobiles on display at the exhibition are only a small part of the shiny chrome treasures that are part of the Mercedes-Benz Classic vehicle collection. Another 1,000 historical models are “parked” in secret places outside Stuttgart – they are called the “Holy Halls”.The “Holy Halls” are not open to the public. Inquiries from editorial offices and TV teams about a report were often rejected by in the past. Mercedes-Benz Classic agreed for the first time to open the “Holy Halls” to Christof Vieweg and an external photo team and provide information about the car models stored there.
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