Izrael Poznanski's Palace
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Izrael Poznanski's Palace

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The system of the monumental edifices located in ul. Ogrodowa is one of the most spectacular examples of the power of the Lodz industry of the 'steam-engine' era. A line of huge buildings opens up with the Poznański residence. Its truly palatial aspect, exposed situation, yet also its present day function have granted it its leading position among the other Łódź palaces. more: http://en.uml.lodz.pl/tourism/places_you_cannot_miss/izrael_poznanskis_palace/

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