Tomaszów Mazowiecki

The square in Tomaszów Mazowiecki. – Photo by: on Flickr


58 km SE, 56 km SV, 69 km NV, 73 km N, 29 km SE, 55 km NV, 31 km SV, 33 km NE, 81 km NV


65.818 (2010)

Location and history

Tomaszów Mazowiecki is located in central Poland, southeast of the Łódź metropolis, on the Pilica River.
The city lies on the border between two historical regions, the land on the left of Pilica historically being Mazowsze (of which the city's nickname), while the land on the right of the river is historically Małopolska.
The city emerged at the end of the 18th century. and the beginning of the 19th century. in connection with the industrial revolution and the construction of ironworks as well as the development of the textile industry in the area. Commercial rights gained the town in 1830.

Tourist attractions

The Evangelical Trinity Church (1823-29)

Ostrowski Mansion (1812)

City Hall (1927)

Knothe Mansion (1820s / 1896)

Surrounding Area

Sulejów Lake
To the south there are only approx. 4 km to the north bank of the large Sulejów lake. The lake is an artificial water reservoir, built in 1969-1974 on the river Pilica, which runs through the lake from south to north. Pilica is the longest left tributary to Wisła.

Tomaszów Mazowiecki – with practical information for tourists

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