Truck Generations – December
His name sounds somewhat unusual and his design is one of the classics of Russian architecture: architect Vladimir Sherwood had the State Historical Museum built from 1875 to 1883 in the centre of Moscow.
As the intention was to build a museum from the very beginning, the design of the building's façade was to reflect the diversity of historical architecture in Russia. Today, this is still apparent in the dark red brick building on the north-west side of the Red Square: With its striking façade and several pointed towers which are reminiscent of the towers of the neighbouring Kremlin, the main building of the Historical Museum is one of the most well-known edifices in Moscow.
Its inventory comprises about 4.5 million exhibits from various subject areas and eras. For the most part, one particular vehicle brings new and bulky exhibits quickly and reliably to Red Square: the new Actros.