50 Sights in Łódź, Poland (with Map and Images)


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Explore interesting sights in Łódź, Poland. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 50 sights are available in Łódź, Poland.

Sightseeing Tours in Łódź

1. Muzeum Tradycji Niepodległościowych, oddz. „Stacja Radegast”

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Museum of Independence Traditions in Łódź – the longest functioning museum in Łódź with a historical profile, established in 1959 under the name "Museum of the History of the Revolutionary Movement"; self-government, collecting all kinds of souvenirs in the field of independence traditions, primarily from Łódź, the Łódź region and selectively Polish. His branch Radogoszcz specializes in the history of the German occupation 1939–1945 in Łódź and the Łódź district. As the heir of the Museum of the History of the Revolutionary Movement (1959–1990), it has an important collection of documents, photographs and fine arts from the period of the People's Republic of Poland, from Łódź and the region. The collection also contains many unique materials for the history of Łódź and the Łódź region.

Wikipedia: Muzeum Tradycji Niepodległościowych w Łodzi (PL)

2. Teatr Powszechny

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Teatr Powszechny

Powszechny Theatre in Łódź – Polish Comedy Centre, Łódź drama scene with a distinct comedic artistic logo. Since its establishment in 1945, it has been located in its headquarters at 21 Legionów Street. The theatre has two stages: the Large Stage and the Small Stage, operating since 2012. It presents over 400 performances annually, with an average of over 130,000 spectators a year. Its current character, repertoire and the shape of the projects implemented in it are derived from the original program concept of director Ewa Pilawska based on the principle of "Theatre Close to People".

Wikipedia: Teatr Powszechny w Łodzi (PL)

3. Park Ocalałych

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Survivors' Park is a park in Łódź commemorating people who survived the Łódź Ghetto, which was created and operated by Nazi Germany during the Holocaust. The park was officially opened on August 30, 2004, on the 60th anniversary of the liquidation of the ghetto. The park is located in the former territory of Łódź Ghetto, between Wojska Polskiego Street and allotment gardens at Sporna Street in the valley of the Lodz River, in the area adjacent to the borders of the Litzmannstadt Ghetto during the war in Smugowa Street. The park was designed by Grażyna Ojrzyńska.

Wikipedia: Survivors' Park in Łódź (EN)

4. Pomnik Lampiarza

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The monument of Lampiarz, or the nameless electrician, was unveiled on 21 September 2007 next to the tenement house of Dawid Szmulewicz at 37 Piotrkowska Street. The occasion was the hundredth anniversary of the first power plant in Łódź. The founders of the monument are Dalkia Łódź SA and Łódzki Zakład Energetyczny. The monument depicts a life-size stylish lantern and a lamper with a light bulb in his right hand, standing on a ladder supported by a pole. Next to it there is a bag that is also a monument bench on which you can sit.

Wikipedia: Pomnik Lampiarza (PL)

5. Museum of the City of Lodz

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Museum of the City of LodzLestat (Jan Mehlich) / CC BY-SA 3.0

Museum of the City of Łódź – a local government cultural institution of the city, located in one of the most impressive buildings of the city, in the former palace of the Łódź manufacturer Izrael Poznański at Ogrodowa Street. This residence is a showcase of Łódź and a testimony to its importance in the nineteenth century. The décor of the palace rooms has a neo-style character, characteristic of the art of the turn of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, with the simultaneous use of elements of Art Nouveau decoration.

Wikipedia: Muzeum Miasta Łodzi (PL), Website

6. Park Baden-Powella

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Robert Baden-Powell Park – Chief Scout of the World – a park in Łódź, with an area of 15.8 ha, located in the area of Małachowskiego and Niciarniana streets, from the west it borders with the park 3 Maja, from the south with the railway tracks of the Łódź Fabryczna – Koluszki line. The park is named after British General Robert Baden-Powell, the founder of Scouting. The name was given to commemorate the centenary of the scouting movement in the world.

Wikipedia: Park Baden-Powella w Łodzi (PL)

7. Park Helenów

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Park Helenów

Helenów Park in Łódź, Poland is a park located between Północna, Źródłowa and Smugowa streets and covers an area of 12 hectare. Of all park trees, five are natural monuments: two pedunculate oaks with a circumference of 320 and 340 cm, common beech with a circumference of 245 cm, red oak with a circumference of 350 cm and ash tree with a circumference of 385 cm. The park is entered in the Registry of Objects of Cultural Heritage.

Wikipedia: Helenów Park in Łódź (EN)

8. Teatr Nowy im. Kazimierza Dejmka

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The New Theatre in Łódź also known as the Kazimierz Dejmek New Theatre is one of the repertory theatres in Łódź (Poland), established in 1949. The theatre presents a varied programme, including international classic drama, and new plays by contemporary playwrights. In addition to performances at the Nowy Theatre building, the Nowy Theatre tours productions at theatres across the Łódź region, Poland and abroad.

Wikipedia: New Theatre, Łódź (EN)

9. Rudzka Góra

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Rudzka Góra – a partially artificially built hill in Łódź, located in the Górna district, in the administrative estate of Ruda Pabianicka at Starobradzka Street. The natural fragment of Rudzka Góra is a post-glacial residue. On the hill with an interesting shape, there is a recreational complex with an area of about 11 ha, where there is a possibility of practicing various types of sports or recreation.

Wikipedia: Rudzka Góra (PL)

10. Ogród Zoologiczny w Łodzi

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The Łódź Zoo is a zoological garden in the city of Łódź, Łódź Voivodeship in Poland. Established in 1938, it covers the area of 16,64 hectares in the district of Polesie and is home to 3,350 animals representing 554 species, including endangered Asiatic lions. The zoo is the only zoological garden in Poland to feature such animals as giant otters, Sumatran orangutans, false gharials, and bush dogs.

Wikipedia: Łódź Zoo (EN), Website

11. Kościół Wniebowzięcia Najświętszej Maryi Panny

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Kościół Wniebowzięcia Najświętszej Maryi Panny

Church of the Ascension of Our Lady-a temple located in Rhodes Church Square. It is home to the WNMP Diocese, the oldest and only Catholic community in Rhodes for nearly 500 years. It belongs to the Lenten Station Church Network in Rhodes. The church was built between 1887 and 1897 on the original site of the wooden church under the same call, which was moved to the graveyard square at 22 Garden Street.

Wikipedia: Kościół Wniebowzięcia Najświętszej Maryi Panny w Łodzi (PL)

12. Kościół św. Doroty (w odbudowie po spaleniu)

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Kościół św. Doroty (w odbudowie po spaleniu)

St. Dorothy's Church – a church in the Roman Catholic parish in Łódź in the Mileszki housing estate, in the deanery of Łódź-Stoki of the Archdiocese of Łódź, located at 445 Pomorska Street, was one of the oldest preserved monuments in Łódź. The church, repeatedly destroyed and rebuilt, renovated at the beginning of the twenty-first century, in 2015 was destroyed as a result of a fire.

Wikipedia: Kościół św. Doroty w Łodzi (PL)

13. Sobór św. Aleksandra Newskiego

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The Alexander Nevsky Cathedral is a Christian Orthodox church located in the city of Łódź, in central Poland. It was built in the late 19th century as a gift from the local industrialists to the small Orthodox community present in Łódź at the time. The church consists of many ornate elevations and has a richly decorated interior featuring an iconostasis manufactured in St. Petersburg.

Wikipedia: Alexander Nevsky Cathedral, Łódź (EN)

14. Tablice Radegast

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Tablice Radegast No machine-readable author provided. HuBar assumed (based on copyright claims). / CC BY-SA 2.5

Radogoszcz station is a historic railway station in Łódź, Poland. The station, which was originally built between 1926 and 1937, was used extensively during The Holocaust. It served as the Umschlagplatz for transporting Jews from the Łódź Ghetto to the extermination camps during Operation Reinhard. The "loading platform" is in Marysin, a neighbourhood in the city's Bałuty district.

Wikipedia: Radegast train station (EN)

15. Kaplica Heinzlów

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Kaplica Heinzlów Iza Ch / CC BY-SA 4.0

Heinzl Family Chapel – tombstone chapel-mausoleum located in the Old Cemetery at Ogrodowa Street in Łódź. Built between 1899 and 1903 in the Neo-Renaissance style, according to the design of the Berlin architect Franz Schwechten. Exhibited to commemorate one of the largest manufacturers in Łódź, commissioned by the widow Paulina née Volkman and their descendants.

Wikipedia: Kaplica Heinzlów (PL)

16. Pomnik Martyrologii Dzieci

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Pomnik Martyrologii Dzieci parki.zrodla.org, uploaded by Ralf Lotys (Sicherlich) / CC BY-SA 3.0

Children's martyrdom monument, so -called Cracked heart in Łódź - unveiled on May 9, 1971. It commemorates the tragic fate of Polish children during World War II, especially children-children of a nearby camp for Polish children and youth at ul. Przemysłowa in Łódź. The monument is located in the Park Gray Ranks at the intersection of Bracka and Staszica streets.

Wikipedia: Pomnik Martyrologii Dzieci (PL)

17. Park im. ks. bp. Michała Klepacza

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Bishop Michał Klepacz Park – located in the south-western part of downtown Łódź, between Wólczańska Street, Skorupki Street and Politechnika Avenue, in the Polesie district. The area of the park is 3.3 ha. The park has been owned by the Lodz University of Technology since 2017. In 2019, it was fenced off and incorporated into the campus B of the Polytechnic.

Wikipedia: Park im. ks. bp. Michała Klepacza (PL)

18. Pomnik Aleksandra Kamińskiego

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Pomnik Aleksandra Kamińskiego Autor nie został podany w rozpoznawalny automatycznie sposób. Założono, że to Szumyk (w oparciu o szablon praw autorskich). / CC BY 2.5

Aleksander Kamiński Monument – outdoor sculpture in the Old Town Park in Łódź. The monument depicts Aleksander Kamiński, dressed in a scout cap and a horned cap, sitting by the fire. Its author is Kazimierz Karpiński. The monument was unveiled on 24 September 2005 as part of the celebrations of the 50th anniversary of the Łódź-Polesie Troop.

Wikipedia: Pomnik Aleksandra Kamińskiego w Łodzi (PL)

19. Muzeum Książki Artystycznej

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The Art Book Museum is a museum established in 1993 by the Correspondance des Arts foundation, founded in 1990 by Janusz Tryzna as a development of the publishing house of the same name, operating since 1980. The museum has its seat in Łódź, in the villa of Henryk Grohman at 24 Tymienieckiego Street – it is a public benefit organization.

Wikipedia: Muzeum Książki Artystycznej (PL)

20. Dom przedpogrzebowy w Łodzi

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Pre-burial house in Łódź – a building of a pre-burial house, which is located in the eastern part of the new Jewish cemetery in Łódź. Currently, it is the largest building of this type in Poland and one of the largest in the world. The building is entered into the provincial register of monuments under the number A/276.

Wikipedia: Dom przedpogrzebowy w Łodzi (PL)

21. Kaplica św. Antoniego

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Chapel of St. Anthony – one of the two baroque wooden chapels, located at 75 Wycieczkowa Street in Łódź-Łagiewniki. Together with the chapel of St. Roch and St. Sebastian, it has survived to the present day as the only one from the whole complex of Franciscan chapels in Łagiewniki, consisting of six objects.

Wikipedia: Kapliczka św. Antoniego w Łodzi (PL)

22. Pomnik Katyński

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The Katyn Monument in Łódź – the first monument in Poland commemorating the victims of the Katyn massacre standing in an open urban space, located on the Square of the Victims of the Katyn Massacre at Łąkowa Street near the Church of Our Lady of Victory in Łódź, unveiled on September 16, 1990.

Wikipedia: Pomnik Katyński w Łodzi (PL)

23. Marszałek Józef Piłsudski

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Monument of Marshal Józef Piłsudski – unveiled in 1997, a monument of Józef Piłsudski in Łódź, located at the intersection of Kilińskiego and Traugutta streets. The monument is set on the paved square of the "Strzelec" Riflemen's Association, near the Łódź Cultural Centre.

Wikipedia: Pomnik Marszałka Józefa Piłsudskiego w Łodzi (PL)

24. Park Poniatowskiego

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The Prince Józef Poniatowski Park in Łódź is a park in Łódź, Poland located between Żeromskiego, Mickiewicza, Jana Pawła II and Parkowa Streets. The area of the park is 41.6 ha. It was named in honour of Polish general and statesman Prince Józef Poniatowski (1763–1813).

Wikipedia: Józef Poniatowski Park in Łódź (EN)

25. Ogród Botaniczny

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Jakub Mowszowicz Botanical Garden in Łódź – a garden in Łódź, established in 1929 in the Źródliska Park. After the end of World War II, a new botanical garden was created in the area adjacent to the Park na Zdrowie. Since 1988 the patron of the garden is Jakub Mowszowicz.

Wikipedia: Łódzki Ogród Botaniczny (PL), Website

26. Synagoga Reicherów

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The Reicher Synagogue in Łódź is a synagogue located in Łódź, Poland, in the outbuilding of the tenement house at 28 Rewolucji 1905 Street, formerly known as the South Street. It is the only preserved pre-war and one of the two active synagogues in Łódź.

Wikipedia: Synagoga Reicherów w Łodzi (PL)

27. Plac Piastowski

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Plac Piastowski

Plac Piastowski is a square in the Bałuty district of Łódź, located between Lutomierska, Bazarowa and Rybna Streets. Currently, it serves as a holiday square, it is also a green area. It has the features of a park: there are a lot of trees and alleys.

Wikipedia: Plac Piastowski w Łodzi (PL)

28. Teatr im. Stefana Jaracza

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The Stefan Jaracz Theatre in Łódź, Poland is the oldest theatre in the region. It is a repertory theatre subordinate to the Marshall Office of the Łódź Voivodeship. During the years 1888-1949 it was known as the Polish Theatre and the City Theatre.

Wikipedia: Stefan Jaracz Theatre (EN)

29. Kaplica Rodziny Scheibler

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The Chapel of Karol Scheibler, is a major architectural work in Łódź, Poland, built in 1888 and designed by architects Edward Lilpop and Józef Pius Dziekoński. It is located in the Evangelical-Augsburg part of the Old Cemetery at Ogrodowa Street 43.

Wikipedia: Karol Scheibler's Chapel (EN)

30. Muzeum Tradycji Niepodległościowych, oddz. Radogoszcz, EKSPOZYCJA MUZEALNA

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During World War II, the Radogoszcz prison was a German Order Police and Gestapo prison in Łódź, used by the German authorities during the German occupation of Poland in 1939–1945. Today, it is a site of the museum commemorating its wartime victims.

Wikipedia: Radogoszcz prison (EN)

31. Kościół pw. Świętego Antoniego Padewskiego i Świętego Jana Chrzciciela

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St. Anthony of Padua Church in Łódź-Łagiewniki - Baroque Franciscan parish church, built in the first half of the 18th century, located in Łódź-Łagiewniki. Since 1946 it belongs - along with the monastery - to the historic buildings of Łódź.

Wikipedia: St. Anthony's Church, Łódź-Łagiewniki (EN)

32. Kościół pw. Najświętszego Zbawiciela

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Church of the Most Holy Saviour – Roman Catholic parish church belonging to the deanery of Łódź-Teofilów-Żubardź of the Archdiocese of Łódź. It is located in the Koziny housing estate. It is currently one of three wooden churches in Łódź.

Wikipedia: Kościół Najświętszego Zbawiciela w Łodzi (PL)

33. Cerkiew Zaśnięcia Najświętszej Maryi Panny

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The Dormition of the Most Holy Theotokos is an Orthodox cemetery church in Łódź, Poland. It belongs to the parish of St. Alexander Nevsky in Łódź, in the deanery of Łódź of the Lodz-Poznań diocese of the Polish Autocephalous Orthodox Church.

Wikipedia: Cerkiew Zaśnięcia Najświętszej Maryi Panny w Łodzi (PL)

34. Grób Nieznanego Żołnierza

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The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Łódź – a symbolic soldier's monument, designed by Stanisław Kazimierz Ostrowski, unveiled on March 22, 1925 as the first monument of its kind in Poland, dedicated to the nameless fallen on the battlefields.

Wikipedia: Grób Nieznanego Żołnierza w Łodzi (PL)

35. Park Piłsudskiego

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Park Józef Piłsudski, usually a health park - a historic and largest park in Łódź, stretching on an area of 188.21 ha. It is located in the area of Aleja Unia Lubelska and: Srebrzyńska, Krakowska, Krzemieniecka and Konstantynowska streets.

Wikipedia: Park na Zdrowiu (PL)

36. Kościół Najświętszego Imienia Jezus

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St. John's Church in Łódź – neo-Romanesque built in 1880–1884 as the Lutheran church of St. John. It was the second church of this denomination in Łódź. Currently, the Jesuit Roman Catholic Church at 60 Sienkiewicza Street in Łódź.

Wikipedia: Kościół luterański św. Jana w Łodzi (PL)

37. Pomnik Początków Miasta Łodzi

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Monument to the Origins of the City of Łódź – a monument to Rajmund Rembieliński in Łódź at the intersection of Politechnika Avenue and Rembielińskiego Street in front of the entrance to the Sukcesja Shopping and Entertainment Center.

Wikipedia: Pomnik Początków Miasta Łodzi (PL)

38. Skwer Gdański

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Skwer Gdański Gosia Świderek for ODE Źródła, Vectorised by Adam Rędzikowski / CC BY-SA 3.0

In the area of Łódź there is a large complex of urban greenery. In addition to several forests, squares and many allotment gardens, parks are of particular importance to residents, which are a place of everyday rest and recreation.

Wikipedia: Parki w Łodzi (PL)

39. Kościół św. Józefa

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St. Joseph's Church – Roman Catholic parish church from the second half of the eighteenth century at 22 Ogrodowa Street in Łódź. The oldest church in Łódź and the only preserved building from the times of agricultural łódź.

Wikipedia: Kościół św. Józefa w Łodzi (PL)

40. Park 3 Maja

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Park 3 Maja – a historic park in Łódź located in the area of Kopcińskiego and Małachowskiego streets, from the south limited by railway tracks belonging to the Łódź peripheral railway and from the east by Baden-Powell Park.

Wikipedia: Park 3 Maja w Łodzi (PL)

41. Museum of the City of Lodz

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Museum of the City of LodzTomasz Sienicki [user: tsca, mail: tomasz.sienicki at gmail.com] / CC BY 4.0

The Izrael Poznański Palace is a 19th-century palace in Łódź, Poland. Initially the site of a tenement building, the property was transformed into a Neo-Renaissance and Neo-baroque style residence during the years 1888 to 1903.

Wikipedia: Izrael Poznański Palace (EN), Website, Url

42. Pomnik Matki Polki

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Motherhood – a monument standing in front of the Institute "Polish Mother's Memorial Health Center" in Łódź. It is also often called the monument of the Polish Mother. It depicts a mother kissing a child held in her arms.

Wikipedia: Macierzyństwo (pomnik) (PL)

43. Bielnik Kopischa

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Bielnik Kopischa – the oldest preserved factory building in Łódź, located at 5 Bishop Wincenty Tymienieckiego Street; customary, though incorrect, name of an industrial-residential building belonging to Tytus Kipisch.

Wikipedia: Bielnik Kopischa (PL)

44. Archiwum Państwowe (dawny Ratusz Miejski)

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The Town Hall in Łódź – one of the first brick buildings in Łódź, erected in 1827 according to the design of Boniface Witkowski. It is the most valuable and oldest monument of classicist architecture in Łódź.

Wikipedia: Ratusz w Łodzi (PL)

45. Pomnik Czynu Rewolucyjnego w Łodzi

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The Monument to the Revolutionary Act is a monument in the Zdrowiu Park in Łódź, Poland, designed by the Łódź sculptor Kazimierz Karpiński, on the north side of Konstantynowska Street, unveiled on June 22, 1975.

Wikipedia: Pomnik Czynu Rewolucyjnego w Łodzi (PL)

46. Muzeum Kinematografii

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Karol Scheibler's Palace – a neo-Renaissance palace built for Karol Scheibler, located in Łódź at Plac Zwycięstwa 1 next to the huge complex of his factory and the factory workers' housing estate Księży Młyn.

Wikipedia: Pałac Karola Scheiblera (PL)

47. Muzeum Sztuki MS1

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Muzeum Sztuki MS1

Muzeum Sztuki, or the Museum of Art in Łódź, is a museum of modern and contemporary art in Łódź, Poland, whose main goal is to research and display avant-garde art, as well as progressive artistic interventions.

Wikipedia: Museum of Art in Łódź (EN), Website

48. Kościół św. Wojciecha

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St. Adalbert's Church in Łódź – a church located in the Górna district at the corner of Rzgowska and St. Wojciech streets. It is a place of meetings and prayers of the Roman Catholic parish of St. Adalbert.

Wikipedia: Kościół św. Wojciecha w Łodzi (PL)

49. Ławeczka Tuwima

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Julian Tuwim Monument or the Tuwim's Bench is a monument dedicated to Julian Tuwim at the Piotrkowska Street district of Łódź, Poland. The monument was constructed in 1998-1999 by sculptor Wojciech Gryniewicz.

Wikipedia: Julian Tuwim Monument, Łódź (EN)

50. Kościół Świętej Teresy od Dzieciątka Jezus i Świętego Jana Bosko

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The Church of Saint Theresa of the Child Jesus and Saint John Bosco is a Catholic parish church located at 1/3 Kopcińskiego Street in Łódź, Poland. The pastoral ministry is carried out by Salesian priests.

Wikipedia: Kościół św. Teresy w Łodzi (PL)


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