Drawing attention to the increasing tourism potential of the region with each passing year, Doğanoğlu said:
“Our visitors live in Phrygia’s 3,000-year-old history and culture. They also like the work in the village of Ayazini. They even tell us that they have expectations to unearth more historical artifacts. The architectural structure is located in the village. This place offers a great opportunity for those who love history and culture. The appreciation of the work in the village also gives us strength.