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Add a bold statement piece to any room with this framed poster. Printed on quality, thick, matte paper.
• Paper weight: 189 g/m² (5.57 oz/y²)
• 0.26 mm (10.3 mil) thick
• Black and white frame made from semi-hardwood alder
• Oak frame made from solid oak
• Acrylite front protector
• Hanging hardware included
• 21 × 30cm posters are size A4
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Kyllaj is located on the northeastern coast of Gotland, not far from Slite. There was formerly a place to land on the 90-meter-long kajen, which had a 2.5-meter depth.
The Strandridaregården Kyllaj Museum is located here. The well-preserved Strandridaregården was originally composed of three buildings in the 1700s. Now restored is the elaborate interior of the farm house, which was built at the turn of the 1700s and had a wine cellar with a draught horse and a tulip bed. At the 1700s, the Swedish king’s army man, Johan Ahlbom, arrived in Kyllaj. That meant he was paid to keep an eye on the waves and protect the coast. However, lime quarrying and burning had occurred at the site previously; lime stone was first branded at Kyllaj in the 1650s. There are lime kilns and a harbour at the garden’s edge. While visiting the island of Gotland in 1741, Carl von Linné stayed in the Strandridaregården.
The oldest lime kiln were dug up along the coast, where the ruins may still be seen today. In 1882, a sex-sided lime kiln was introduced, and by the turn of the century, a sleek, high brick kiln had been developed.
Historically, Bunge museum has served as the garden’s caretakers and proprietors. Strandridaregården was sold in 2014 because a Region of Gotland-ordered redevelopment plan predicted the museum would sell off properties outside of its core collection area.
The wild area to the west of Strandridaregården is a nature reserve called Malms-Kyllaj, and it is part of the European Union’s Natura 2000 network.
Kyllaj’s harbour is well-known outside of the botanical community for the presence of exotic plants and animals that have likely been brought there by seafarers. The vårflenört grows in the north of the harbour and at the sheds south of the road. Here you’ll also find grenbingel, first spotted growing in barlastdumphögar in 1878 and now widely distributed over the area. About 300 metres north-northwest of Strandridargården is an old gravel pit where the rarest druvgamandern were encountered for the first time in 1945 as a new art in Sweden.
Hellvi socks originated in northern Gotland, have been worn by locals since 1971, and have been met with opposition from 2016 in the Hellvi district.
The total area of the parish is 40.32 square kilometres, or 38.0 acres. In the year 2000, there were 227 occupants at this location.
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