According to the resources, Kadifekale was built by Alexander the Great’s successor, Lysimachos, who ruled as a king of Thrace and Asia Minor later. It takes place about 2 km from the coastline on a 186-meter-high hill. It has been known that the citizens were moved to Kadifekale from the old Symrina owing to Alexander the Great’s dream that whether he should transfer people to that spot. The two Nemeseis had answered his question by saying that people who move will be happier than the rest. It has an amazing city landscape.