PAAM | PARC
The Phoenix Archaeological Research Center (PAAM) serves as the central hub for our multidisciplinary archaeological surveys, excavations, and various other studies. In 2021, the Muğla Governorship allocated the inactive primary school buildings and the old health house to our project, and after undergoing necessary repairs, these buildings have been transformed into functional spaces. Currently, the Phoenix Archaeological Research Center (PARC) and Accommodation Unit operates from these premises. The center consists of four blocks, housing offices, libraries, warehouses, as well as an open space and garden that are utilized for social responsibility activities. Our vision for the center is to establish it as a year-round facility that will serve as the nucleus for science and art activities in the Taşlıca region, while also playing a crucial role in building a sustainable future.