Batschari cigarette factory
The commissioning of the Batschari cigarette factory, built in 1908, meant for the City of Baden-Baden the beginning of the industrial phase.
With the construction of a cigarette factory in the middle of the summer capital of Europe, entrepreneur August Batschari has made a clever move. The neoclassical building was built directly opposite the old train station and today's Festspielhaus.
In the 19th century, the city of Baden-Baden hosted numerous international guests - mainly French and Russians. Many of these guests smoked - the Russians cigarettes and the French cigars.
The heavy, sweetish-sticky scent that emanated from the gigantic complex of the Batschari cigarette factory between Balzenbergstraße and Mozartstraße accompanied the residents of this quarter for decades.
Cigarette production was greatly expanded, from 110,000 cigarettes a day in 1899 up to more than three million, most of which were machine-made daily in the new factory on Balzenbergstraße.
The listed neoclassical factory building was transformed from a factory into a residential complex in 2008.
The unique charm of the Batschari Palais in a prominent location to the Festspielhaus inspires with its elegant charm and is certainly one of the most impressive city buildings.
From here you can walk to the Festspielhaus Baden-Baden within 3 minutes. Your vehicle is safely parked in the in-house underground car park.
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