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Polish former ‘workers’ paradise’ listed among top neighbourhoods in Europe

13.02.2020 18:03
British daily The Guardian has listed the Nowa Huta district in Poland’s Kraków among the top city neighbourhoods in Europe picked out by the newspaper’s readers.
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“A 20-minute tram ride from imperial Kraków glides you increasingly smoothly out of town to the former ‘workers’ paradise’ of Nowa Huta,” The Guardian said.

The district is regarded by many in Poland as an example of drab architectural uniformity informed by a Soviet-era ideology that has been deservedly relegated to the dustbin of history.

But the piece in The Guardian praised Nowa Huta’s “peaceful tree-lined avenues,” adding that the neighbourhood was “a masterclass in socialist realism.”

Another reader’s tip in The Guardian praised the Śródmieście, or downtown, district in the south-western Polish city of Wrocław.

The British daily’s fascination with Poland doesn’t end there. It recently named Warsaw’s Powiśle district among “10 of the coolest neighbourhoods in Europe.”


Source: theguardian.com