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Car trip on Brännkyrkatan

Car trip on Brännkyrkatan

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Poster with a photograph of the car enthusiast Alexandra Gjestvang who is out sledding on Söder in Stockohlm with her father in 1907. Alexandra was the first female car driver in Sweden, here you see her in her Oldsmobile. It was probably a bit of a struggle in the other direction, i.e. up the steep part of Brännkyrkagatan called "Besvärsbacken", which even today makes cars go at high speed.

Alexandra Gjestvang was also a competition driver and participated in the first race in Sweden, 17 miles between Stockholm and Uppsala. Unfortunately, she never made it to the finish line as she stopped to help a fellow competitor who crashed, broke his arm and suffered a concussion. However, her interest in cars continued throughout her life and in 1932 she took part in the Monte Carlo Rally, and in 1936 she became CEO of her father's car agency.

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About the product

Our printing paper comes from one of the world's leading manufacturers – Hahnemühle. We have chosen a matte paper of 200g per square meter, which has a structure and warm tone that gives the motifs a fantastic reproduction.

Please note that since the ratio between length and width differs depending on the size you choose, the motifs are cropped slightly differently.

Frames are not included with the posters and must be purchased separately.

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