• Denomination: Agios Georgios

  • District: Nicosia

  • Town/Village: Elia

  • Category: Church

  • Religion: Christian

  • A.Monument: No

  • Ref#: 213

Description (Typology, Period, Actual Use)

This is a one aisled barrel-vaulted church dating to the Medieval Period with the later addition of narthex and cylindrical apse. Two different stone types used: 1) Rough sand stone, cut sand stone. Remain of frescoes in Gothic style at the arches and the apse.Stone light window. Very wide walls.

General Conditions

Structure: Fair

Facade: Ruin

Roof: Fair

Interior: Ruin

Decoration: Ruin

Mass: Preserved

Humidity: Dangerous

Comments: A very important crack is visible at the apse in the church.

Building Materials

Technical Details/Materials Used

Walls: SandStone With Gypsum Plaster

Roof: Sand Stone Borrd Vault With Rand Tiles, And Semispherical Dome With Rand Tiles An Apsis

Floors: soil

Doors: No

Windows: Stone Light Window


Icons: No

Hagiography: No

Michrap: No

Small Signs: Yes

Architect Plans

Architect Plans: No

Cadastral Elements: Not Available

Proposed Protection Measures