My camera decided that Polish winter weather doesn't agree with it, and a lot of my pictures turned out like this, or worse:
And this is Nowa Huta, which is just outside Cracow, and which we visited with the Crazy Communism tour:
It was built by the Communists as a steel mill town, and intended as a centerpiece of Communism. It ended up becoming the site of protests and an active location for the Solidarity movement. The square to the left is Ronald Reagan Square. Really:
This wall is outside a 17th century synagogue in Cracow. Another part of the wall had graffiti which said (in German, interestingly) "Jews out of Palestine." Some things never change.