Amuri is located in Tampere, Finland. It was built in the 19th century and was originally the workers' residential area of the Finlayson factory. It is now a museum, showing the living conditions of workers in the early 20th century.
There are original places 4 and 5 apartments located in the house opposite the courtyard. There you can observe a person can live in a small space. Each room has a very detailed description and story.
The house is housed by early-rise workers, simple and with few interiors, a wooden bed, a table and chairs.
The workers' house museum is a lot of wooden houses, here is formerly a state-run unit, the house has been converted into a museum, not much to see.
Not very clear what the meaning of existence, the migrant housing can be used to show?