There are two churches and a museum within the Monastery of the Flagellation. Collectively, they represent the first two Stations of the Cross after the trial and sentencing of Jesus by Pontius Pilate. The Church of the Flagellation marks where Jesus was scourged by Roman soldiers and crowned with thorns. He then took up the cross at the location of the Church of the Condemnation. Both Roman Catholic churches were built in the early 20th century.