Russian active armed forces
in the Caucasus

At the beginning of the 19th century, Russian active armed forces in the Caucasus were part of the Caucasian inspection, in 1815 a Separate Georgian corps was formed, renamed in 1820 as a Separate Caucasian corps. Its first commander was General A.P. Ermolov.

The Separate Caucasian corps took part in all the wars and clashes that took place in the Caucasus. December 6, 1857, the Separate Caucasian corps was transformed into the Caucasian army, and once the Caucasian war ended in 1865, its formations became part of the Caucasian military district. One of the most famous regiments was his Majesty's 17th Dragoon Nizhny Novgorod regiment, awarded all possible collective awards

The exhibit hall presents samples of uniforms and weapons of soldiers and officers of regular troops stationed in the Caucasus, awards, and military items.
Wine horn, with silver trim and the inscription " Alla Verdy. To native Mingrelians on good memory from the retired Lieutenant Colonel P. I. Chayev"
The end of XIX – beginning of XX century. From the collection of A. D. gnedovskii
Dagger of the lower ranks of the Transcaspian guard (?) railway with scabbard
Vladikavkaz. Gun factory of G. Uzunov. The beginning of the XX century. From the collection of A. A. Ataev
A cavalry flintlock pistol for lower ranks
Tula arms factory. 1830's- 1840's. From the collection of Y. V. Makarov
Infantry officer's percussion cap pistol of the sample of 1849
Russian Empire, 1850s-1860s. Was made by master Pyotr Goltyakov. From the collection of Y. V. Makarov
Asian saber with a scabbard with the sign of the first Imperial prize "for shooting from a rifle"
Vladikavkaz. Guzunov's Workshops. Late XIX – early XX century. From the collection of V. R. Mangutov
Epaulets and shoulder straps of the adjutant General
Refer to the uniform of the 16th Grenadier Mingrel His Imperial Highness Grand Duke Dmitry Konstantinovich regiment. Belonged to Grand Duke Nikolai Mikhailovich. 1894-1917. The Military Historical Museum of Artillery, Engineers and Signal Corps