Poland bacame a communist country after second world war. According to the communist regime everyone should be equal, but they weren’t. There were people equal and „more equal” as members of communist party. Communist tryied to change the way of thinking, Communism lasted in Poland 44 years. Poland was the first country, which regained independance out of the soviet block.
Nowa Huta is great place to find out more about the life under communism and the paradoxes of communism. The city was built in the monumental socialist-realist style during Stalin’s regime. Communist created a new social order. This ideal city was supposed to be inhabited by ideal communist citizens – homo sovieticus – people who would follow the Party without question. In 1980s it became the heart of revolution and resistance within Poland.
You will see:
Residential area,blocks, courtyards
Lord’s Ark church
The People’s Theatre
The Cross defended by people of Nowa Huta
Original Restaurant from communist period – we invite you for a lunch
Private guide in your language
Hotel pick up/drop off
Meal prices (optional)