Gyumri Technology Center
Constructed in the early 20th century, between 1900 and 1920, the building stands as a distinctive architectural gem crafted from black tuff. This unique structure is an exemplar of Russian-style architecture, characteristic of the Alexandrian period that marked the region. Originally allocated to the state university, which commenced its operations in Gyumri before relocating to Yerevan, the building later housed the Gyumri M. Nalbandyan Pedagogical Institute for a period. Since 2014, it has found a new purpose as the Gyumri Technology Center or Gyumri Technopark. This transformation aligns with the project’s overarching goal of fostering the prosperity of Gyumri by evolving it into an advanced technology zone equipped with cutting-edge information technology infrastructure.