Sinan Pasha Mosque
The inscription on the wall indicating that the church was
constructed by a Syrian merchant named Simone Nostrano
is thought to have been due to misinformation, as it is now
known that the church had been built by a Nestorian Christian
has survived the 1571 bombardment because of its strong structure.
The North entrance with its unequalled masonry is thought
to have been transferred from another place. The interior
of the building is quite plain; the ceiling resting on pillars
with a flat capital. After conquering the island the Ottomans
started to use the church as a mosque.