Back from the Lapidary Museum you may follow the street that runs to the north beside its left-hand wall to get you, following 100m or so, to the Haydar Pasa Camii, initially St Catherine`s Church and directly recognisable by the Gothic windows and the tall minaret. The stone is the same sandy limestone as that used in all these Gothic buildings, and the distinguishing mellow paint supports it to stand out from the other close buildings. After the cathedral, this is the most significant of Lefkosa`s mosque/churches, extraordinary architecturally because of the several tall arcaded windows having need of extra ramparts to strengthen the walls. The style, lay down to the 14th century, is another instance of Gothic Flamboyant design. The building has at last undergone interior restoration, UNESCO financial supporting for the task having been reserved post-1974, and now serves as a lovely private art gallery. At one stage it was used as a marriage registration office.