Łódź is a scale ancient city of centuries-old history and traditions with many of interesting sights still preserved. A large number of architectural and historical monuments were destroyed during the World War II. Many of the destroyed monuments were restored and renovated and today they are among the most important tourist places to visit. One of the most interesting ancient records is the building of Lodz Politechnic university administration. A nice building of audacious architectural form is well preserved till present days. The high turrets with skyward jutting spires add to massive building some tones of elegance. The ancient building is sinking in the greenery of a large garden which is by itself an important sight of the city.
The most interesting place in the city still remains Piotrkowska Street. It is totally deprived of city transport that makes it a fine place for hiking. During the stroll the guests of the city can not only visit the most popular shops and restaurants but also enjoy numerous landmark sights. At each turn the visitors will meet historical buildings and monuments each of which possesses its own unique history.
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