Łódź, the city of St. Faustyna
St. Faustyna Kowalska, the author of the book that has had more translations from Polish into foreign languages than any other and a great advocate of God’s mercy, spent a few crucial years of her life in Łódź. It is in this city of textile industry that the young girl stepped on the path of her Christian vocation
Łódź. A city like no other, with unique past, soul and experiences
Łódź has gone through a very deep and painful transformation. Perhaps that is why is was able to make such a huge leap forward. The city is the right place for the Expo. It has got its past and the soul, but is has also got a concrete economic significance.
The ballad about Łódź
Łódź takes in anyone: natives and strangers. It is like a train station. Without asking questions of who you are and why you came or where you want to leave for, it accepts under its roof a burgher and a peasant, a worker and an artist, a Pole, a Jew, and a German.