On the eastern outskirts of Krakow, Poland sits Nowa Huta. Established by Stalin in the early 1950s, Nowa Huta was meant to be the perfect communist city. It was built in the style of a classic European town with a big central square, wide avenues and plenty of green space. Huge steel works employed many of the community’s workers. Since the fall of communism and with declining employment in the steel works, Nowa Huta is changing. It has become a cheaper alternative community for young people from Krakow trying to make ends meet.