Welcome to Wieluń, a town nestled in the Łódź Voivodeship of south-central Poland. With a rich history dating back to the Middle Ages, Wieluń has been an important urban trade center of the Kingdom of Poland and the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth. The town is also known for being heavily bombed during World War II, marking the first bombing in Europe during the war. Today, visitors can explore the cultural heritage sights of Wieluń, including the Gothic Corpus Christi Collegiate church, the Church of St. Nicholas, and the Museum of Wieluń Land, which contains artifacts from the Bronze Age and Middle Ages, weapons and memorabilia from the 19th-century Polish national liberation uprisings, religious paintings and traditional folk sculptures, and one of the oldest Polish translations of the Bible. Wieluń is also an important transportation hub, with main roads leading to Warsaw and Wrocław, and rail connection links to Poznań and Katowice. Come and discover the hidden gem of Wieluń for yourself!

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