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Lodz

Lodz is the third largest city in Poland, known for its industrial heritage, rich history and fascinating mix of architectural styles. Home to one of the most prestigious film schools in Europe, this creative city attracts visitors with its unique atmosph Read more

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Lodz is a city with a rich history that is reflected in its architecture, culture and atmosphere. It has undergone a series of changes from its founding in the 19th century as a centre of the textile industry to its current focus on creative industries and innovation. Lodz is also a city with a rich Jewish history, which is reflected in its many monuments and museums. Lodz is also famous for its film studios, which have been the location of several famous films.

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What to do in Lodz

Piotrkowska Street

One of the longest commercial streets in Europe, full of historic buildings, restaurants, bars and shops.

Central Museum of Textiles

This museum offers a fascinating insight into the history of the textile industry in Łódź.

Manufaktura

A huge commercial and cultural complex based in a former textile factory.

Lodz Film School (National Film School)

One of the most prestigious film schools in Europe, which has produced many famous directors and actors.

Museum of the History of Lodz

The museum offers a fascinating insight into the history and culture of the city.

Radegast Railway Station

A memorial and museum dedicated to the Jews of Lodz who were deported during World War II.

Planetarium EC1

The newly renovated complex offers interactive exhibitions, a planetarium and a science centre.

Rose Passage

A unique art installation on the walls of one of the buildings on Piotrkowska Street, covered with thousands of colourful mosaic mirrors.

Church of St. Stanislaus Kostka

A beautiful church in the Neo-Gothic style, one of the largest church buildings in Poland.

Jewish Cemetery in Lodz

One of the largest Jewish cemeteries in Europe and an important memorial to the Jewish community in Lodz.

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In and around Lodz

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