Timeline of Aleksandrów Łódzki

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The following is a timeline of the history of the town of Aleksandrów Łódzki , Poland. [1]


Prior to 19th century

19th century

Monument of Rafal Bratoszewski, founder of the town Rafal Bratoszewski monument in Aleksandrow Lodzki (2).jpg
Monument of Rafał Bratoszewski, founder of the town

20th century

World War II memorial Aleksandrow pomnik.jpg
World War II memorial

21st century

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