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

Here you can find interesting sights in Łódź, Poland. Click on a marker on the map to view details about the sight. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 24 sights are available in Łódź, Poland.

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

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Rhodes Independent Heritage Museum-the oldest museum in Rhodes, which was named "Revolutionary Movement History Museum" in 1959; Autonomy, collecting souvenirs of various independent traditions, mainly from Lodz, Lodz region and selective Poland. His Radogoszz division specializes in the history of the German occupation of Rhodes and Rhodes District from 1939 to 1945. As heir to the Museum of History of the Revolutionary Movement (1959-1990), he has a collection of documents, photographs and art works of important PRL periods, ships and regions. These collections also include many unique materials about the history of ships and Rhodes Circle.

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2. Muzeum Miasta Łodzi

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Muzeum Miasta Łodzi Lestat (Jan Mehlich) / CC-BY-SA-3.0

The Rhodes City Museum is a cultural institution in the city of Rhodes, located in one of the most magnificent buildings in the city of Rhodes, the former Rhodes Craftsman Poznan Palace on Poznan Street. Garden. This mansion is the ship's business card and a witness to its importance in the 19th century. The decoration of the palace hall has the characteristics of art at the end of 19th century and the beginning of 20th century, and at the same time, it uses the decorative elements of Art Nouveau School.

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3. Kościół Świętej Anny

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St. Anne Church is a neo-Roman church, covering an area of 640 square meters, which is made of a brick. An aisle ending at the Pentagonal Presbyterian Church is currently adjoined by two sacred vessels and has a choir on it. A main entrance with vestibule on the west side and two side entrances with smaller vestibule on the south and north sides, a 26-meter-high copper tower. Right next to Al. 24/26 on board.

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4. Biała Fabryka Geyera

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The White Factory is the classicist building in Łódź, Poland, constructed in 1835–1839 to host a textile factory which belonged to Ludwik Geyer. It currently hosts the Central Museum of Textiles and Folk Dance Ensemble "HARNAM". It is considered a fine example of early industrial architecture in Łódź. The building is located at the southern end of Piotrkowska Street, south of the city center.

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5. Kościół św. Mateusza

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St. Matthew’s Church in Łódź is a Lutheran church and historic landmark located in Piotrkowska Street, at a short distance from the city’s Catholic cathedral. The third Lutheran church in Łódź at the time of its construction, it is now the only church in the city that serves the Evangelical Church of the Augsburg Confession in Poland, the country’s largest Protestant denomination.

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6. Tablice Radegast

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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.

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7. Pomnik Martyrologii Dzieci

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Children's Martyrdom Memorial Hall, so-called. Broken Hearts on the Ship-Unveiled on May 9, 1971. It commemorates the tragic fate of Polish children during the Second World War, especially the child prisoners in the nearby Polish children and youth camp. Industry on board. The monument is located in Im Park. Gray line at the junction of Bracka Street and Stashica Street.

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8. Pomnik Aleksandra Kamińskiego

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Monument to Aleksander Kamiński - an outdoor sculpture in the Old Town Park in Łódź. The monument presents Aleksander Kamiński, dressed in a scout cape and a hat of a cornea, sitting by the fire. Its author is Kazimierz Karpiński. The monument was unveiled on September 24, 2005 as part of the celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Łódź-Polesie detachment.

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9. Dom przedpogrzebowy w Łodzi

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Pre -funeral house in Łódź - a building of the pre -funeral 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 in the Provincial Register of Monuments under the number A/276.

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10. 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 the open urban space, located on the Square of the Victims of the Katyn massacre at ul. Łąkowa near the Church of Our Lady of Victory in Łódź, unveiled on September 16, 1990.

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11. 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).

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12. Marszałek Józef Piłsudski

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Monument to Marshal Józef Piłsudski - unveiled in 1997, a monument to Józef Piłsudski in Łódź, located at the intersection of Kilińskiego and Traugutta streets. The monument is set on a lined square. "Strzelec" Strzelec Association, near the Łódź Culture Center.

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13. Ogród Botaniczny

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Łódź Botanical Garden Jakub Mowszowicz - a garden in Łódź, was founded in 1929 in the Spring Park. After the end of World War II, the creation of a new botanical garden began in the area adjacent to the park. From 1988, the patron of the garden is Jakub Mowszowicz.

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14. Fotel Jaracza

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The Stefan Jaracz Monument is a ship-mounted monument depicting Stefan Jaracz sitting in the theater audience with a copy of the director's work in his hand. Passers-by can squat in an empty space next to the bronze cast statue of the founder of Athena Theatre in Warsaw.

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15. 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 2,245 animals representing 667 species, including endangered Asiatic lions.

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16. Kościół Najświętszego Imienia Jezus

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St. John's Church in Rhodes is a Neo-Romanesque church built between 1880 and 1884 as the Saint of the Lutheran Church. Jana. He is the second religious church on board. It is now Roman Catholic OO Church. The Jesuits are on the boat at 60 Sean Kevich Street.

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17. 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.

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18. Park im. Generała Zaruskiego

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Park General Mariusz Zaruski in Łódź - a park in Łódź located in the area of Giewont, Potokowa, Skalna and Szczytowa streets, at the Stoki estate, at the highest level of the edge zone of Łódź hills, in the so -called Górka Stokowska.

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19. Synagoga Reicherów

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The Synagogue of Reicher in Łódź - a synagogue located in Łódź, in the tenement house outbuilding at 1905 Revolution Street No. 28, formerly called South. It is the only pre -war preserved and one of the two active synagogues in Łódź.

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20. Park 3 Maja

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

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21. Park Piłsudskiego

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Lin park. Joseph Pilasudski, commonly known as Health Park, is the largest historical park in Lodz, covering 188.21 hectares. It is located on Lublan Union Avenue and on the streets of Srebranska, Krakow, Frominetsk and Constantinople.

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22. Pomnik Początków Miasta Łodzi

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The Origin Monument in Rhodes Town is a monument to Raymond Renbilinsky, located in Rhodes at the junction of Polytechnic Avenue and Renbilinsky Street, in front of the succession of the commercial and recreational center.

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23. Muzeum Kinematografii

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The Charles Scheibler Palace, a Neo-Renaissance palace built for Charles Scheibler, sits on a boat at 1 Victory Square, alongside the huge complex of his factory and the factory workers' settlement of the Mill Priest.

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24. Kościół św. Józefa

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St. Józef - Roman Catholic parish church from the second half 18th century at ul. Ogrodowa 22 in Łódź. The oldest church in Łódź and the only preserved building from the time of agricultural boat.

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