Serinhisar is a town and area of Denizli Province of Turkey. Other names incorporate Karia and Kızılhisar. The last is the name given by the Seljuk Turks as there were block fabricated strongholds here. The name was changed to Serinhisar in 1987, clearly in light of the fact that red palace was excessively emblematic of socialism. The zone was first settled by the Hittites in 1500 BC, and later go under the control of the Lydians, Persians, Ancient Greeks, Ancient Macedonians and Romans.
When the Roman Empire was partitioned in 395 the zone stayed inside the Eastern Roman Empire and was then controlled by the Seljuk Turks in 1077, who ruled until 1308. Turkmens were settled in the area in this period. Seljuk standard was hindered by the Crusades, Genghis Khan, and Timurlane, who left the region under the standard of the Germiyan administration, from whom it go to the Ottoman Empire in 1429. The stronghold fell into destroy in the Ottoman time frame and was separated for building materials, being at long last pulverized in 1954.