Cracow
[Poland, 1991]

The steel mill of Nowa Huta lies just outside Cracow, the most beautiful of Poland's cities.
The mill was sited there, far from coal or iron ore deposits, in an attempt by the communist regime to dilute the city's intellectual character. Ironically, it was the mill workers who, together with the Gdansk shipyard workers, formed the Solidarity movement that overthrew communism.