The small and well-proportioned Church of St Anne presents a number of distinct Gothic elements. It closely resembles the Carmelite church in style and therefore, likely dates to the same period between the early 1320s and 1363. Due to its location in what is thought to have been the sector of the city inhabited by Oriental Christians, it may well have been a Maronite church. However, it is well documented that there was also a Benedictine nunnery of this name in medieval Famagusta, and it is also very possible that that this is indeed the remains of their church.