This model city within a city was founded by the Scheibler and Grohman industrialist families, who were initially competitors but who have been partners and owners since 1921 in the largest cotton mill in Europe. Księży Młyn (or Priest's Mill) was a model industrial village with production facilities, shops, a fire department, hospital, school, railway station, residential quarters for the workers, and the owner's palace surrounded by a park.
Młyn. The palace—called the Herbst Villa or Rezydencja Księży —is open to visitors, who can marvel at the fabulous and expensive taste of the early capitalists.
Przędzalniana 72, Łódź, Poland