All the previous polish cards were sent by Emerich but this one was sent by Kriszti, whom i met last March in Krakow.
Żyrardów is a town in central Poland with 41,400 inhabitants.
Photo by Dariuz Krakowiak
The Gothic Revival Church of Our Lady of Consolation is situated in the town of Zyrardow (55 km south-west of Warsaw), which remains a unique example of nineteenth-century industrial architecture. The church was founded by the owner of the Zyrardow flax plant, Charles Dittrich, who donated over 3 million bricks from his own brickworks.
The church has an impressive neo-Gothic high altar with the statue of the Madonna and Child in the centre. - in: http://www.victorianweb.org/art/architecture/poland/10.html