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This little church dates to the 15th century and is dedicated to Saint George who was tortured and then beheaded by order of Emperor Diocletian for his refusal to persecute the Christians. The iconostasis displays a number of beautiful icons and others are mounted on...More
A typical example of Greek Orthodox amidst the bustle of the town. It's worth actually going inside and sitting down (not just peering in from the doorway) to get a feel for it. It should also give you an idea of what the town must...More
We were strolling the Alleyways and streets of Old Mykonos Town and came across a piece of Mykonos History in this Modern Era. The Church of Saint George is a lovely little Sanctuary and typical of most Small Places of Worship found throughout the Greek...More
While exploring we ran into this one. We did enjoy but it really is just average if you ask me. Again, I say that not every single church in Greece is a 5 out of 5. They all really do look the same inside.