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Old Town - Stary Rynek
Poland

Stary Rynek w Łodzi pokrywa się swym położeniem z centrum średniowiecznej osady miejskiej - miasteczka Łódź. Stary Rynek ma formę dużego placu o kształcie zbliżonym do prostokątu o wymiarach ok. 105 na 85 m. Z 3 stron - od północy, ze wschodu i z zachodu otaczają go charakterystyczne kamienice z podcieniami, przy czym budynki po zachodniej stronie placu oddzielone są od niego przebiegającą wzdłuż Rynku ulicą Zgierską. Od południa do Placu przylega Park Staromiejski.

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