Wrocław Główny is the largest passenger station of the southwestern Polish city of Wrocław and in the Lower Silesian Voivodeship. Built in the mid-19th century near the city centre, it boasted a 200-metre (660 ft) long platform hall that has since been refurbished. Located at the junction of several important routes, Wrocław Główny serves nearly a dozen local lines.
Łódź, located in central Poland, is one of the country's largest cities. Although dating back as far as the 14th century, the city's growth began under Russian rule in the 1820s as immigrants were attracted by its booming textile industry. Nicknamed "promised land", its character was shaped by its Polish, Jewish, German and Russian population. During the Nazi German occupation, it was renamed Litzmannstadt and became the site of the second largest Jewish ghetto. After World War II, Łódź became the principal center of Polish filmmaking and home of the National Film School. As textile industry collapsed following the fall of communism, Łódź has attracted investment in the IT sector, from companies including Dell and Infosys. (Full article...)