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Wednesday, February 08, 2006

MONDAY IN LODZ (pronouced Wodz)

Me and Chaim went to Lodz on Monday. Due to the lack of looking at the weather forecast and not being dressed properly, the day didn't turn out exactly as planed therefore we couldn't conquer the city in the one day that besides the fact the for some weird polish reason a lot of places were closed on Mondays and other things closed at 3:00 in America hats just about the beginning of the day no?!
well here is what we manage to take care of.
Łódź (pronunciation Wudz) the second-largest city in Poland (population 776,297 in 2004) of lies in the centre of the country.
Tourists in Łódź gravitate to, Piotrkowska Street which stretching from north to south for a little over four kilometres, making it the longest commercial street in the world. Recently renovated, it has many beautiful buildings dating back to the 19th Century.
so that what we did we started on Piotrkowska Street.
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Train Ticket

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The nature/view we past while on the train

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Lodz Logo


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Arthur Rubinstein (January 28,1887 - December 20,1982) is often regarded as the greatest Pianist of his generation. Arthur Rubinstein was born in Lodz, there is a Square name after him om Piotrkowska Street.
Piotrkowska Street
Arthur Rubinstein Square

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The Floor Tiles

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the Side Block off The Street this is a bank!
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yep this is a Taxi u sit on the front chair and the driver is in the back.


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Izrael Kalmanowicz Poznański (born in 1833 in Aleksanrow -1900 in Lodz, Poland) was a philanthropist,Textile Magnate, a successful Polish- Jewish industialist in Lodz. He Built 3 Palaces one of them is now the History Musuem. Next door to the palace is where his textile factory was.

ul. Ogrodowa 15

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Poznanski Palace


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Posted by Picasa Lodz Shul the active one

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Posted by Picasa Lodz Tarin Station

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1 Comments:

At 11:32 PM, Blogger Hirshel Tzig said...

?וואס איז מיט לערנען א אידיש ווארט

 

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