Lodz, the second largest city in Poland, located in the heart of the country. The former textile city, struggling greatly with the aftermath of structural change. For several years, the regional government is trying to build up the textile industry again. Catwalks, textile designers and production facilities are settled. Since the entry into the European Union a big cash flow is coming from the EU.
In the 2nd World War was in Lodz, the second largest Jewish ghetto in Poland, in what was then called Litzmannstadt metropolis. Logos on the Bügersteigen reminders of the cruel murder thousands Jews.