The Pori's City Hall, house was completed in 1895 and built by the municipal councilor Robert Junnelius and Consul Hugo Rosenlew. The house was build for their families and is also known as the Junnelius' Palace. Today, the building serves as Pori's City Hall, since 1963.
The Renaissance palace, designed by architect August Krook, is completely unique in Finland. At the same time, it is part of Pori's most valuable building heritage. The building plan was inspired by Italian Renaissance architecture which shows in the design.