Lodz is Poland's third largest city with and is located in the centre of the country. The city grew constantly until 1914, when it had become one of the most densely-populated industrial cities in the world. However it suffered in the course of both world wars. Prior to World War II, the Jewish population of Lodz numbered about 233,000, accounting for one-third of the city’s population. The community was wiped out in the Holocaust. Many tourists in visit Piotrkowska Street, which stretches north to south for a little over five kilometres, making it the longest commercial street in the world. Recently renovated, it has many beautiful buildings dating back to the 19th century, in the Art Nouveau architectural style.
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