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In 1839, over 78% of the population was German, and German schools and churches were established.
A constant influx of workers, businessmen and craftsmen from all over Europe transformed Łódź into the main textile production centre of the mighty Russian Empire spanning from East-Central Europe all the way to Alaska.
Mostly they arrived from Southern Germany, Silesia and Bohemia, but also from countries as far away as Portugal, England, France and Ireland.
In 1852 he came to Łódź and with Julius Schwarz together started buying property and building several factories.
Scheibler later bought out Schwarz's share and thus became sole owner of a large business.
After he died in 1881 his widow and other members of the family decided to pay homage to his memory by erecting a chapel, intended as a mausoleum with family crypt, in the Lutheran part of the Łódź cemetery on ulica Ogrodowa (later known as The Old Cemetery).
Left to right: Manufaktura • Julian Tuwim Monument on Piotrkowska Street • Poznański Palace • Wooden Architecture Skansen near the White Factory • Łódź Fabryczna railway station • Winter in Helenów Park It is the capital of Łódź Voivodeship, and is approximately 135 kilometres (84 mi) south-west of Warsaw.
The city's coat of arms is an example of canting, as it depicts a boat (łódź), which alludes to the city's name.