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Old Town Market Place, Lodz, Poland
Poland

Stary Rynek w Łodzi ma bardzo bogatą historię. Położony jest w pięknej okolicy starego miasta, Parku Staromiejskiego i Manufaktury gdzie obecnie odbywa się najwięcej spotkań towarzyskich i imprez plenerowych. Panoramę tą wykonałem aż  z 14 zdjęć aparatem fotograficznym na statywie, po czym połączyłem je w panoramę programem komputerowym. Tak wygląda najstarsza część Łodzi, ważna dla rodowitych mieszkańców, ale także kolebka kultury żydowskiej, bo to właśnie tu mieszkali łódzcy ortodoksi.

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