The 2,000-year-old, four-storey Demirkale Cave is waiting for tourism.


Mehmet Şahin, on the other hand, emphasized that Zey has many historical structures and that they should be introduced to tourism and demanded that they be presented to the service of humanity.

Stating that there is both historical and religious tourism in the village, Kadir Eğilmez said, “There is a mausoleum of a great person called Sheikh Abdurrahman Erzincani here. We have many historical places. It is a very rich village in terms of both faith tourism and historical artifacts, and it has a rich tourism potential. This should be evaluated, “he said.


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