The Pietrkowska Street in Lodz has a major shift in appareance when one crosses the Mieckiewicza avenue. The north side of Pietrkowska is wealthier than the south. There are the main stores, cafes and restaurants of the street. On the way to the south there are less fancy shops and the buildings looks less preserved. Yet there are many interesting places there as the Cathedral, the Textile Museum and the open air Museum (for wood constructions from the surroundings cities that were brought to Lodz). Our friends dwarves are there too.
On number 271 of Pietrkowska there are a couple on a gate. They are painted in black, of the regular kind and looked well preserved. They have the word "ROK" inscribed, but no year in it.
At Pietrkowska 282 there is a big white factory, now the Textile Museum of Lodz.
At the front gate there are two big krasnals. There a big difference from them to the ones I've seem before. Those looks more modern in design, bigger and more detailed in every aspect. The shields doesn't have the word "ROK", and are just plain. In the shield lateral it can be read "LODZ OTTO GOLDAMMER", the name of the foundry that produced the sculptures. There are just a few of those sculptures I could find.