Three friends have dreams to remake a former socialist town in Poland into an open-air museum by Wojtek Kosc NOWA HUTA, Poland–A visit to Nowa Huta destroys the grim stereotypes of socialist realism. Instead of clunky, chunky blocks of flats, devoid of any attractive features, beautiful buildings–some bearing the characteristic monumentalism of the 1950s, others […]

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