Porsche Company has always manufactured fascinating cars. The most spectacular architectural project of the Stuttgart sports car manufacturer is without any doubt, the Porsche Museum in Zuffenhausen.
The 140-meter-long body of the building rests on three pillars, which are bridged by steel girders of enormous wingspan, which creates the impression that the mighty monolith is floating above the ground. The museum presents the superb exhibition of about 80 cars and numerous other small exhibits displays the history of the company. In addition to the Porsche classics such as the 356, 911 or 917, the museum also honors the achievements of Professor Ferdinand Porsche from the early years of the 20th century.