Marshal Jozef Pitsudski's Park

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Konstantynowska St., Lodz, Poland
Marshal Jozef Pitsudski's Park - Statue of the revolutionary act.
Marshal Jozef Pitsudski's Park - Statue of the revolutionary act.
Marshal Jozef Pitsudski's Park - Statue of the revolutionary act.

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The park was founded in place of the suburban forest felled during the World War 1, situated to the west of the Warsaw-Kalisz railway from 1903.

The original park scheme was planned already in the early 20th century, It was finally realised in 1924-1929, while the existing older plans were corrected and supplemented by S. Rogowicz in the 1930s. The park was supposed to serve for the inhabitants' active rest and recreation and it was supplied with a number of additional attraction, like the zoo (founded in 1938), children's playgrounds - the Jordan gardens, lunapark, exhibition areas, the 'Polesie Konstantynowskie' nature reserve, sports objects, etc. The park is covered in natural and composed flora and - with its 237 ha in sizeit remains one of the largest projects of this sort in Europe between the wars. The composition of the whole used to be organised by means of the three main axes, lined with the Pennsylvania ash tree and Crimea linden, which meet radially at the crossing with al. Unii. There were two monuments that were supposed to stand at the al. Konstantynowska: to Liberty and to the Missing.
Statue of the revolutionary act.
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