Near my place there is an area developed in 60s and 70s. The houses resemble blocks - partly due to technologies available in communism, partly due to socialist architects who followed the party guideline and didn`t allow any extravagancies - all houses were to look alike.
The same area has a few houses built before or shortly after the war.
Even some wooden ones:
And a few built or thoroughly modified and modernised after 1989.
and a few unfinished.
This one is finished, it even displays an imitation of stone on one wall.
The houses in this are were built before the war. Aftrwards the street was renamed after Feliks Dzierżyński, but in 1990s got its name back - Leo, Krakow`s president. Juliusz Franciszek Leo (15 September 1861 - 22 February 1918) was a Polish politician and academic. Professor of Jagiellonian University (of economics and law), first deputy mayor of Kraków 1901-1904, mayor from 1904 for three terms until his death. Founder and first president of Supreme National Committee (Naczelny Komitet Narodowy), and supporter of the idea of Polish Legions. Buried at Rakowicki Cemetery. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Juliusz_Leo