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What is Łódź
Łódź (Pronounced: Woo-dze) is Poland's second biggest city and an important industrial centre. The city, dubbed the Polish Manchester, has been famous for its textile industry, flourishing especially during the fin de siècle. The movie Promised Land based on a novel by the Nobel laureate Władysław Reymont, depicts those times. Łódź is the capital of the Łódzkie Voivodship.
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"Until 1948 the city served as a de facto capital of Poland, since events during and after the Warsaw uprising had thoroughly destroyed Warsaw, and most of the government and country administration resided in Łódź."
"There are direct flights to Warsaw from major European destinations, and Ryanair flies from London Stansted to eight regional Polish cities (Rzeszow, Krakow, Lodz, Wroclaw, Poznan, Gdansk, Bydgoszcz and Szczecin)."
"Seriously, unfortunately for its inhabitants and fortunately for the hitchhikers, Warsaw does not have a district motorway nor is it linked to any major town with an expressway."
"But you will find the best face of Warsaw only if you are able to explore it carefully and discover by yourself that extraordinary loving act that is the reconstruction of the old city besides the old restored buildings and villas here and there, the pre-war architecture miraculously survived, the charm of its parks and gardens, the wide course of the Vistula river, the rich cultural life of this city which is both cosmopolite and provincial at the same time."
"The two primary destinations are the present capital Warsaw ,which like a phoenix rose from the ashes of total destruction in World War II, and the ancient capital Krakow ,untouched by war, which is an exquisite treasure of Gothic and Renaissance architecture."
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