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amazing project

Idea of turning old manufacture to a vibrant art and living community is simply amazing. Strongly... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
andrewdob
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Vancouver, Canada
Re-purposed Factory with Restaurants, mall and hotel, etc.

The city has done a fabulous job of recycling the old factory buildings into a general purpose use... read more

Reviewed 31 May 2018
LakeIslandGirl
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Raleigh NC
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Idea of turning old manufacture to a vibrant art and living community is simply amazing. Strongly recommending to visit that place.

Thank andrewdob
Reviewed 31 May 2018

The city has done a fabulous job of recycling the old factory buildings into a general purpose use facility. There is a lot of walking space (indoor and outdoor) as well as restaurants, bars and the like. There is not much of an attraction "to...More

Thank LakeIslandGirl
Reviewed 26 October 2017 via mobile

This place is very atmospheric. The old brick buildings, the fall colors, and a bit of quiet. This place is perfect for a romantic date.

Thank Ula A
Reviewed 2 August 2017

Ok, there are some small buildings made of red bricks. Nothing special. Workers used to live here. So what? You can't go inside. They are not monumental, they are not towers you can climb. Just few little red houses made of bricks. I used to...More

Thank Adrianna Karoli... M
Reviewed 31 July 2017

Flats built for workers just a few minutes from the factory they worked in. MOst of buildings nicely rebuilt. Twenty years ago a place not to visit. Now - a place one's can think to live nearby. And a park firve minutes from there.

Thank RobertARz
Reviewed 19 July 2017

This is truly a hidden architectural gem. The red brick facades of the buildings from another era will travel you in time and the splendor of the renovation will take your breath away. The scale of it is like nothing your have ever seen before....More

Thank garno_travel
Reviewed 24 April 2017

Used to be a housing area for factory workers, poor, just about enough to survive. Part of it was rejuvenated, people still live there and it's an amazing journey into a different century. Paradise for photographers.

Thank Karolina G
Reviewed 13 April 2017

Karol Scheibler - one of the largest Lodz manufacturers built Księży Młyn - a factory-residential complex, a kind of city in the city. Consists of planned, architecturally structured factory buildings, housing estates, owner residences and executive villas with gardens, as well as streets and railway...More

Thank Michal K
Reviewed 14 February 2017

Not too many people is aware, that in the neighborhood of Ksiezy Mlyn there is a small lake, from where you can do great pictures about the characteristic red brick towers and buldings of Ksiezy Mlyn in the background

1  Thank Zsolt C
Reviewed 7 September 2016 via mobile

Cool to see, don't know if you can enter. This area is cool, old brick houses with lots of history. My taxi driver passed this building and gave a good story.

Thank n371780
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