Although the volcanoes seem to be a frightening and dangerous formation when first heard, it has created a unique and fascinating place such as Cappadocia. Cappadocia, which dates back to 60 million years ago, has become this due to the winds and rain caused by the eerie lava and ashes that Erciyes, Güllüdağ and Hasandağı had sprayed. Cappadocia is home to many civilizations.
Uchisar Castle is the most noteworthy crest in Cappadocia district with the exception of the volcanoes and the most noticeable land development. A move up the 120 stages to the summit of the post is a coherent prologue to the rough scapes of Cappadocia. Beginning from the first century, Romans, Byzantines, Selcuks and Ottomans exploited the characteristic rise of three of the territory's shake developments and utilized them as normal strongholds.
Uchisar, together with Ortahisar and a stone palace at Urgup (presently in vestiges), gave the way to an early cautioning framework utilizing mirrors and lights, sending messages among the fortifications. Today the external layers of Uchisar's shake have been washed away by disintegration to uncover a honeycombed structure of passages and cavities, transcending the man-made exteriors of the cutting edge semi-troglodyte town. As of late found was a mystery burrow prompting the riverbed, which gave a crisis water supply in case of an assault.