Łódź (translates to „boat” in English) was just a small village for a long time.
Its real development started with the industrial era at the beginning of the 19th century when the city was chosen to be the heart of the rapidly growing textile industry. Ever since the industrial revolution brought a massive influx of workforce, Łódź had been a city almost equally divided between four cultures – Polish, Jewish, German and Russian.
Łódź has been capitalising on its film history – Łódź is jokingly referred to as the ” HollyŁódź ” of Poland and hosts several film festivals and many other cultural events. Andrzej Wajda and Roman Polański graduated from the Łódź Film School.
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