With the spread of Christianity in the region since the 5th century, the number of churches in the city increased. After the Byzantine, Turks who established domination in the region, named the city with the name of the high tower, Uzuncaburç, has reached today.

The collapses can be seen in the geography of Clicia, and the most famous ones are the Heaven and Hell Caves. The ancient city, known as Kanytelleis, is located around a pothole around a 30 m wide, 50 m deep pond. In the center, which is known to have experienced its most brilliant period in the 4th century AD, remains of Hellenistic, Roman and Byzantine periods can be seen. Kanytelleis was discovered in the middle of the 19th century by a French traveler Victor Langlois and excavated in the 1970s.