The temple, which was the seat of the Orthodox Diocese from the early Byzantine period to the period of Venetian rule is an early Christian basilica, which was converted, at the 2nd Byzantine period and probably in the 11th-12th century AD. in four-column cruciate registered with dome. This fact testifies to the visitor and the shaping of the Interior of the temple, which has the Middle aisle, wider than the side.
From the courtyard of the Church of Agios Miron, going down the slope from the western part, we find a small cave in the cliffs, which goes down from the Church.
The municipal district of Heraklion town with rich history and tradition, is built on the ancient two hills Rafkos (one out of 100 cities of Homeric Cretan Ekatompolis) with panoramic views from all points of. It is 18 km from Heraklion and has an altitude of 440 metres.