Brienzer-Rothorn Switzerland

Brienzer-Rothorn Switzerland original poster designed by Gander, Adolf (1902-1954)
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Designer: Gander, Adolf (1902-1954)
Country: Switzerland
Decade: 1940
Year:1949
Dimensions:102 x 64 cm | 40.16 x 25.2 inches
Condition: Excellent | | A -
Publisher:Brienz Rothorn Bahn Hotel Rothorn Kulm
Printed by:Br├╝gger AG, Meiringen
Category: Travel
Description:

This original vintage poster, designed by the renowned Swiss graphic designer Adolf Gander, beautifully promotes the Brienzer Rothorn mountain in Switzerland. At an elevation of 2,350 metres, the Brienzer Rothorn is the highest peak in the Emmental Alps.

The poster advertises the historic cogwheel railway that takes visitors up to the summit, which was opened in 1892 and remains one of the oldest operating rack railways in Switzerland. The journey on the railway takes you through breathtaking alpine landscapes and offers panoramic views of the surrounding mountains and lakes. At the summit, visitors can enjoy traditional Swiss cuisine at the railway's restaurant. With its historical significance and stunning views, the Brienzer Rothorn is a highly sought-after tourist destination in the region.

Text:
ROTHORN-KULM 2340m. 7700ft.
HOTEL-RESTAURANT
PLANALP
Brienzer Rothorn
BERNER OBERLAND SCHWEIZ SUISSE SWITZERLAND
BRIENZ

In excellent condition.


This is an Authentic Original Vintage Poster from its time. It's not a new reproduction.
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