– price from : 120 zł
– Delux room with private bathroom
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History of the Patron
Ludwig Geyer (born January 7, 1805 in Berlin – died October 21, 1869 in Łódź) – industrialist, one of the pioneers in the development of the textile industry in Lodz in Poland, the owner of the first steam- powered textile factory in the Polish Kingdom. He was a tycoon owning not only the textile factories but also the whole production process. Geyer also owned a brickyard, a sugar factory and a sawmill.
*Geyer liked going to the theater to play the violin to his guests, reading books and writing newspaper articles about agriculture.
* Ludwig enjoyed a great popularity among women, he even had three illegitimate children. Eventually, his family told him to get married so that he would not have more children out of wedlock.
*He ordered one of his buildings to be plastered and painted white, which is why until today his factory is called “white factory”