Nobel Brothers Technological Museum

In the heart of Batumi, nestled within the Tamari settlement, stands a unique testament to Georgia's industrial past, the Nobel Brothers Batumi Technological Museum. Established in 2007 as part of the "Adjara Museum" Legal Entity under Public Law, this historic treasure trove houses over 2000 items that narrate captivating tales of Georgia's technological and industrial progression.

From the late 19th century until around 1917, the museum's building was the operational hub of the "Nobel Brothers Oil Industrial Partnership," also known as the "Batumi Office." Today, the museum embodies the echoes of Batumi's transformation into an international trade and port city during the late 19th and early 20th century.

The Nobel Brothers Batumi Technological Museum shines a spotlight on the technical achievements implemented in Batumi during this period of significant expansion. It narrates the history of influential figures and companies that left an indelible mark on the South Caucasus region, including the Nobel brothers, Baron Alphonse Rothschild, Mantashev, Shelengovsky, and the "Trudy" company.

However, the museum's narrative expands beyond purely economic tales, delving into the intriguing aspects of Georgian-Swedish relations. Visitors have the opportunity to explore diverse stories, such as the development of royal estates in the Batumi district, the accomplishments of Chinese individual Lao Jing Zhao around Batumi, and the progression of tea and tobacco production from the late 19th to early 20th centuries.

Among the museum's gems is its collection on Prokudin-Gorsky, recognized as the first great master of photography. His work provides unique insights into the past, presented through a medium that has captivated generations.

Open every day from 10:00 to 18:00, the Nobel Brothers Batumi Technological Museum is more than a repository of relics. Its diverse exhibits, themed around industrial progression, international relations, and the legacy of the Nobel brothers, offer insightful experiences for visitors of diverse interests. As you delve into this treasure trove, you'll gain an appreciation for the technological marvels of yesteryears and the profound impact of the Nobel family on this fascinating region.

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