On our way to the World Heritage List

The most spectacular buildings constructed as Workers’ Assembly Halls with significant cultural value have been compiled together with the aim of making it to the UNESCO World Heritage List.

Paasitorni is one of the seven top buildings located around the world, each of which has its own unique story.

Get to know the buildings and the diverse ways in which people, ideas, and eras are merged in these buildings today.


Edificio de la Confederación General del Trabajo de la República Argentina, Buenos Aires, Argentina (1950)

Broken Hill Trades Hall, Broken Hill, Australia (1905)

The Victorian Trades Hall, Melbourne, Australia (1859)

Vooruit, Ghent, Belgium (1913)

Redhills Durham Miners Hall, Durham, England (1915)

The Workers Museum (Workers Assembly Hall), Copenhagen, Denmark (1879)


Read more about Paasitorni’s unique history

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