The third-largest city in Poland, Lodz's historical and global significance is largely due to the ghetto that was built there during World War II. Strolling the picturesque central streets will give you an appreciation for the strength of this city and its citizens. Explore the Muzeum Sztuki modern art museum, which houses one of the most important collections of modern art in Poland, or spend the day thrill-seeking at Lunapark amusement park.
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The Radegast Station during the World War II was transformed into a station used to deliver food and industrial materials to the ghetto. The station’s building standing to this day was built in 1941 and in the same year the station became the final point of trains transporting Jews from western European countries and provincial ghettos from Wartheland. Currently the Station is under the care of the Museum of Independence Traditions and it is a must to see when you are in Lodz.
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When you walk around the palace you have impression that the Herbsts' have just gone for a walk or elsewhere. We admire furniture, paintings, china etc. I didn't expect such a jewel in Łódź. You can find the Museum of Polish art in the former stables.
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Welcome to one of the newest and most advanced digital planetariums in Central Europe! Our main goal is to provide stunning shows about stars and cosmos, but we can also offer something for the admirers of Darwin's theory of natural selection. Shows take about 45-55 minutes each. If it features a fulldome projection of a movie (e.g. "The Black Holes"), it is concurrently available with alternative individual audio in English via wireless headphones. However, we do not provide live simultaneous translation of presenter's speeches - except special commercial shows.
We went to see one of the films for kids- before there was a 15 minutes introduction by a young researcher - very clear and adapted to age.
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Welcome to the biggest science centre in Poland! Our main exhibition, "Energy conversion", is based on the historical infrastructure of the building, and is devoted to issues connected with generating electricity. Two other paths: "Development of knowledge and civilisation" and "Microworld – Macroworld" present selected concepts, laws, and physical and chemical phenomena. Due to the fact that some of the former installations and devices were preserved, combining them with modern forms of presentation will enable EC1's guests to learn in a totally unique way, unavailable elsewhere. Additional part of the Centre is spherical cinema, which presents fulldome movies connected to exhibitions in 2D and 3D technologies. All interactive content is available in Polish and English.
Very nice place to go with children. Many interactive attraction that grasp attention of those younger and older. My 9 and 13 y.o. daughters found this place interesting.
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