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Osiedle mieszkaniowe Retkinia - Residential area Retkinia

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Residential area - Retkinia is one of the largest settlements in Lodz and is inhabited by about 55 000 - 60 000 people in the buildings, which are apartment buildings with large slabs.

Osiedle Retkinia jest jednym z największych osiedli w Łodzi i zamieszkuje ok. 55 000 – 60 000 osób w budynkach stanowiące bloki mieszkalne z wielkiej płyty w cztero-, dziesięcio- i jedenastokondygnacyjnych.

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