The Richters’ Villas
  • neorenaissance 1888 - presently the office of Lodz International Fair Ltd., 199 Wólczanska Street
  • neorenaissance 1898, designed by P Brukalski, 10/12 ks. Skorupki Street
  • eclecticism 1904, designed by I. Stebelski, 6/8 ks. Skorupki Street
Town Hall

classicism 1862, designed by K.E. Düring, 1 Wolnosci Square

I.K. Poznanski’s Palace

eclecticism 1904, designed by A. Zeligson, presently Academy of Music, 32 Gdanska Street

Kinderman’s Villa

secession 1903, designed by G. Landau-Gutenteger, 31/33 Wólczanska Street

L. Grohman’s Factory

with the gate (the so-called “Grohman’s Barrels”) 1872-1927, 46 Targowa Street

St. Joseph’s Roman-catholic Church

(the oldest on in the city) built of wood 1765, 1888, 1914, 22 Ogrodowa Street

St. Stanislaw Kostka’s Roman-catholic Cathedral

neogothic 1901-1912, designed by Zelman, Pius-Dziekonski,
Szyller, Odrzywolski, Kaban-Korski, 265 Piotrkowska Street

St. Matthew’s Evangelical-Augsburg Church

eclecticism (neoromaesque) 1909-1928, designed by Wende i Klause, 283 Piotrkowska Street

St. A. Newski’s Orthodox Cathedral

byzantine style 1880-1884, designed by H. Majewski, 54 Kilinskiego Street

Jewish Synagogue

28 Rewolucji 1905 r. Street