Doganca is a Vize village, where 470 people live according to 2012 Population Census. Turkish immigrants, who came from Salonika Greece and who came from Oblast Pleven, Becenova and Kazanlak Regions of Bulgaria in 1883, stayed in here for a while but then they had to immigrated to Kutahya thanks to Greeks pressure. They returned again in 1893 and set up this village. Some other immigrants, who came from Oblast Pleven, Becenova and Kazanlak Regions of Bulgaria in 1935 and 1951, settled down in Doganca.
This village, which was set up between Sogucak and Cevizköy, where Greeks lived, was called as “Doğanca” because it’s a newly village. (“Doğanca” means newly born in turkish)
Mainly sources of income of Doganca Village, which has a border with Sogucak, Poyrali, Tozakli, Cevizkoy, Topcukoy, Develi, Cavuskoy and Pazarli Villages, are wheat, sunflower, beetroot, productions, a little stockbreeding and beekeeplig.
It is possible to reach other neighbour villages by using asphalt way. Drinking Water Requirement of Village is provided by a spring water, which come from Sogucak. The Village has about 20000 decare forestland.
Note : It was compiled by Folklore Researcher Zekeriya KURTULMUS in 2013