Photos Nowa Huta
Photos Nowa Huta

Nowa Huta - Communist era interior

Corner of the Crazy Guides museum apartment with a TV, record player, rug on the wall and Mary painting

Nowa Huta - Communist era interior

Comtourist editor relaxing in a Polish 1970s chair after visiting the communist era apartment in Nowa Huta

Nowa Huta - Communist era kitchen

Kitchen of the communist era apartment in Nowa Huta with a TV, Soviet made refrigerator and kitchen equipment

Nowa Huta - Communist era kitchen

Sink in the kitchen of the Nowa Huta 1980s apartment where the dished are still waiting to be done by the house wife

Nowa Huta - Communist era cabinet

Books and other items in the famous display cabinet that could be found in most Eastern Bloc houses

Nowa Huta - Communist era cabinet

Fazes, porcelain, and other items proudly displayed in a wooden cabinet in the Nowa Huta Museum house

Nowa Huta - Communist era slice machine

Cheese and meat slicing machine produced in communist Poland that still works flawless today

Nowa Huta - Warta stove

Stove from a Polish brand named Warta, no reference found relating to the plant were the stove was produced

Nowa Huta - Soviet Minsk refrigerator

Minsk 15M refrigerator produced by the Minsk Refrigerator Plant that was founded in 1959 and still exists

Nowa Huta - Yunost 402V TV

Yunost 402V TV set in working condition produced in the Soviet Union and seen in many households

Nowa Huta - Unitra Diora Donatina radio

Donatina Radio and record player set that was produced by the Polish Diora factory that was part of Unitra

Nowa Huta - Unitra ZRK B-303

B-303 cassette player produced by the Unitra ZRK factory from Warsaw under licence from the Thomson company

Nowa Huta - Predom Eda juice press

Eda juice press from the Polish Predom factory that produced household appliances during the communist era

Nowa Huta - Predom fan

Eda cooling fan from the Polish Predom factory that produced household appliances during communist times

Nowa Huta - Communist era brush

Electric brush most likely used as a beauty product by Polish woman during the 1980s to fix their hair

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