Agios Georgios Church in Axos

Agios Georgios Church in Axos, Crete
Agios Georgios Church in Axos, Crete
Agios Georgios Church in Axos, Crete
Back of the Agios Georgios church in Axos Crete next to Agios Rafail

Agios Georgios Church is situated in the courtyard of the newer church of Agioi Raphael, Nikolaos, and Eirini in the picturesque village of Axos, Mylopotamos. The church complex consists of the original single-aisled church dating back to the 14th century, which was later expanded.

Although the frescoes within the church are in poor condition, the exterior boasts architectural elements from the ancient city of Oaxos. The church celebrates its feast day on April 23rd, the day of Agios Georgios (Saint George).

Construction Period

14th Century (original structure)


Axos village, Mylopotamos, Crete, Greece

Historical Significance

Agios Georgios Church provides a connection to the Byzantine era in Axos. The presence of ancient architectural elements on the exterior highlights the continuity of human presence and activity in the area, showcasing the layers of history that have shaped the village.

Current Status

The church remains a site of interest for visitors and locals. While the frescoes are not well-preserved, the structure itself and the repurposed ancient elements offer a unique blend of historical periods.


Paved Road
In a settlement
Ottoman period

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