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Agios Georgios Galatas Church in Agia Triada

The Byzantine eagle on Agios Georgios Galatas Church, Agia Triada
The Byzantine eagle on Agios Georgios Galatas Church, Agia Triada
Within the archaeological site of Agia Triada there is the Byzantine church of Agios Georgios Galatas which was reconstructed in 1302 and contains frescoes of the fourteenth century. In the north wall outside the church there is a grave with a relief symbol of the Byzantine empire, the double headed eagle, and the date 1581. The church also has a decoration of a carved melon and an ornately carved door. The altar screen of the church was built of stone. The bell has an inscription. The keepers of the site have the key of the church.

Photos of Agios Georgios Galatas Church in Agia Triada:


The Byzantine church of Agios Georgios Galatas, Agia Triada
The Byzantine church of Agios Georgios Galatas, Agia Triada
A 13C fresco in the church of Agios Georgios Galatas, Agia Triada
A 13C fresco in the church of Agios Georgios Galatas, Agia Triada
A 13C fresco from the church of Agios Georgios Galatas, Agia Triada
A 13C fresco from the church of Agios Georgios Galatas, Agia Triada
Details in the exterior of  Agios Georgios Galatas, Agia Triada
Details in the exterior of Agios Georgios Galatas, Agia Triada
Details in the exterior of  Agios Georgios Galatas, Agia Triada
Details in the exterior of Agios Georgios Galatas, Agia Triada
The lintel of Agios Georgios Galatas Church, Agia Triada
The lintel of Agios Georgios Galatas Church, Agia Triada
The Byzantine eagle on Agios Georgios Galatas Church, Agia Triada
The Byzantine eagle on Agios Georgios Galatas Church, Agia Triada
 
Visit the area of the sight: Agia Triada