Two chapels, the Church of the Flagellation and the Church of the Condemnation and Imposition of the Cross, situated on ... More
Church of the Flagellation
Two chapels, the Church of the Flagellation and the Church of the Condemnation and Imposition of the Cross, situated on either side of a lovely courtyard, represent the 2nd Station of the Cross on the Via Dolorosa . To the right is the Chapel of the Flagellation, restored by Barluzzi in 1927-29. The nearby Chapel of the Condemnation is a 32-foot square, part of whose floor is the Lithostrotos(a Roman pavement) that extends into the Sisters of Sion Convent. The monastery is the site of the Stadium Biblicum Franciscanum and has a small archaeological museum.
Located in a quiet neighbourhood of downtown Jerusalem near the original Bezalel Art School, this congregation was founded in 1925.
The present congregation, reinstituted in 1996, is a member of the Baptist Convention of Israel and is affiliated with ...
This fortress like church with its conical dome was dedicated in 1910 by German Benedictines. It lies above the remains
of the fourth century Hagia Sion and the 11th century Franciscan Church of the Dormition, commemorating the "falling asleep" ...
Luke 19:41 44 records that Jesus looked over the city of Jerusalem and wept for its future destruction. The chapel,
designed by Italian architect Antonio Barlucci, was built in 1955. During construction, archaeological remains from the Canaanite period, and ...