It is located west of Augorou, well away from the center of the village, between the villages Augorou and Ahna .
The church is a single- octagon dome and dates to the Middle Byzantine period ( 10th-12th centuries). The walls are stone built and the interior of the church has frescoes , which are mostly broken .
In the vicinity of the church there is an extensive cemetery of antiques, which dates to the Cypro- Archaic period ( 750-600 BC ) . Archaeological excavations have brought to light many ancient tombs, of which however only one was left undisturbed and pottery of that period was found there.
According to tradition, the name of St. George, as ''Teratsiotis '' is associated with a miracle. During the celebration of the Saint among the faithful , there was a young rich girl, who wore a gold necklace. At a time the necklace fell off her neck and despite the continuous search of herself and her family it was unable to be found . Then the girl asked from St. George to help her find it. Then one night, the Saint appeared in front of the girl and told her to return to the church and pray and showed her the indicated point, where the jewel was . The necklace was in the hollow trunk of one of the many teratsies ( = carob ), located in the vicinity of the church . Since then this particular church of St. George took the nickname Teratsiotis .