Łódź

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Łódź is one of Poland’s largest and the youngest cities. In its heyday the city played a key role in Poland’s Industrial Revolution and was one of the most multicultural and industrial centers in Europe. Today, bursting with creative energy, it’s a city well suited for artists, film makers and free thinkers. In 2017 Łódź was inducted into the UNESCO Creative Cities Network and named UNESCO City of Film. Lonely Planet named Łódź as the 2nd Best Value Destination for 2019. Please visit the official Łódź travel portal for more information.

A former capital of the weaving and textile industry in Poland, today it is a busy center, well respected for its arts and film activity.
Łódź provides for some very distinctive and exclusive points of interest.  Once a major hub for the textile industry, now its postindustrial red bricked factory buildings are home to art galleries and museums.
Manufaktura is one of the exemplary landmarks of Łódź. It is a 19th-century textile factory turned into a shopping and leisure center with movie theaters, museums, shops, and restaurants.  
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