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Trip Guide to Vibrant Lódz, Poland

Imagine Kraków 20 years ago and you've got Lódz´ (pronounced 'wooch'), the former textile capital of Poland. With its retro-kitschy restaurants and cool nightlife, it reflects the energy of the new Eastern Europe. Piotrkowska Street—at nearly three miles, one of the longest commercial roads in Europe—is lined with more than 100 pubs and restaurants, their neon signs attracting a stylish urban crowd.

Destinations: Lodz

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    Piotrkowska Street

    iotrkowska Street—at nearly three miles, one of the longest commercial roads in Europe—is lined with more than 100 pubs and restaurants, their neon

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    Muzeum Kinematografii

    Visit the Muzeum Kinematografii, housed in the 19th-century residence of Poland's onetime "cotton king," Karol Scheibler.

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    Jewish Cemetery

    The Jewish Cemetery, with more than 180,000 graves, is the biggest in Europe.

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    Lódz´ Kaliska

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