Right next to the Piri Mehmet Pasha Mosque, there is the marble tomb in very good condition with relief engravings of Vizier Osman Pasha, who is thought to have been killed by a poison that showed its effect late by those who opposed it while bringing the Tanzimat edict to Cyprus in 1839. He lived in a mansion in Lefke for a while, thinking that it would be good for Vizier Osman, who became weak after coming to Cyprus. This marble tomb, which reflects the Ottoman Era stonemasonry in the best way, is a work of art worth see