Saint George (c. 275/280–April 23, 303) was a soldier of the Roman Empire who later became a Christian martyr. Immortalised in the tale of George and the Dragon, he is the patron saint of several countries and cities, including England, Georgia, Catalonia and Moscow, as well as a wide range of professions, organisations and disease sufferers.
Stained Glass window depicting Saint George in St George`s Cathedral (Kingston) donated by alumni of the Royal Military College of Canada
Effigy of St. George in the New Church St. Margaret, Munich-Sendling, early 16th century →
The statue of Saint George Slaying the Dragon, in front of the Reformed Church →
Gothic St George Guildhall in Toruń. Author: Pko, Feb 2005 →
St. George - little statue in wood in Portsmouth church
St. George on Casa Amatller (Barcelona)
Liberty Monument in Tbilisi
- Main gallery: Category:Paintings of Saint George.
Saint George and the Dragon by Paolo Uccello
Coats of armsEdit
- Main gallery: Category:Saint George and the Dragon in heraldry.
Saint George on a half sovereign