Abandoned since 1997, the building which faces demolition as part of the city’s redevelopment was discovered by an urbex photographer and a Jewish community activist following a ‘tip off’.
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The central Polish city of Lodz has once again headed the list of the country's most congested cities, according to a report by satellite navigation maker TomTom published on Wednesday.
In cooperation with Łódź City Hall, the CBil Pro-Akademia research and Innovation Centre has been looking for partners to install worm aquariums in residential blocks as part of their Smart Food Urban Living Lab programme.
While digging to insulate the building’s foundations in Łódź, the workers stumbled upon a wooden box filled with over 400 antique objects, including candlesticks, cutlery, glasses, and other utensils.
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Posting a video on its social media, Łódź officials at city hall added the cheeky caption: “When the wife is looking for the perfect wardrobe, but you have more important things to do.”
Security and co-operation must remain at the base of the OSCE (Organisation for Security and Co-operation in Europe), the organisation's chairman, Zbigniew Rau, said on Thursday at a sitting of the OSCE Ministerial Council in Lodz, central Poland.
The organisers of the annual “Letter to Santa” initiative estimate that they will receive 1,800 letters this year from those under the care of Social Welfare Homes in and around Łόdź.