The St. Georg church or Gharib church is a historical church in Isfahan, Iran. It’s the oldest church in Julfa quarter after the Hakoup church, which is located inside the St. Mary church. The interior of the St. Georg church is very plain and there is only one old painting in the apse, but the church gains its importance from its annex structure. In the annex structure there are 13 pieces of stones. Armenians brought the stones with themselves from the Etchmiadzin Cathedral, when they immigrated from Armenia to Isfahan. Because of these stones the St. Georg church is one of the holy places for Armenians in Julfa. On the entrance of the church, there is a picture from tiles, which belongs to the Sultan Husayn’s era. The picture shows Jesus, Mary, and the three Magis, who are giving gifts.