Those whose enthusiastic for mosques/churches is not yet satisfied can walk on for an additional 20-minute tour to observe the Yeni Camii and St Luke`s. Seriously damaged, with barely a staircase and one fragmented arch left behind, the Yeni Camii was once a 14th-century church. It owes its dilapidated state to one of the more demented Turkish governors, who tore it down in the 18th century in an anxious search for hidden treasure. Its name means New Mosque, given to it because the temporary mosque constructed afterwards on its site had to be built almost from scratch. St Luke`s stands in the middle of an open playing field area and is now kept locked. Not like the other churches described, it was never a changed mosque since it was in fact built under Turkish rule, like many other churches, in the 18th century. In style it is Byzantine, with a bell tower.