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Långedrag 1905

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Långedrag in the municipality of Gothenburg is described as one of the most beautiful places in Gothenburg's immediate surroundings. In the picture we see Långedrags Värdshus in 1905. 

The name Långedrag is first encountered in 1766 and then referred to a saltery and a fishing village. The meaning of the name is considered to come from "the long, wind-exposed sailing route outside Västerberget" (Långe-) and "open water where the wind is on" (drag).

The great herring rush at the end of the 1700th century contributed to the development of Långedrag and the construction of a road to Gothenburg. The road became an important route especially during difficult winters when the fjord and the river were closed by ice.

In the middle of the 1800th century, a steamboat began making regular trips to Långedrag for bathers. Cold bath house with separate sections for men and women and a restaurant were built. Plots began to be subdivided for summer housing and soon also for year-round housing.

© Sjöberg Bildbyrå 

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The motif is printed on a 200 gram premium paper from one of the world's leading paper manufacturers - Hahnemühle.

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