Chapel of the Flagellation
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Chapel of the Flagellation information
The Chapel of the Flagellation is where Jesus is said to have been flogged. Built in 1929, the design on the domed ceiling incorporates the crown of thorns and the windows of the chapel around the altar show the mob who witnessed the event.