are the 14 stations on the Via Dolorosa that mark the route that Jesus took, from trial and condemnation to crucifixion and burial.
Station I. Jesus is tried and condemned by Pontius Pilate.
Station II. Jesus is scourged and given the cross.
Station III. Jesus falls for the first time. (Soldiers of the Free Polish Forces built the chapel after World War II.)
Station IV. Mary embraces Jesus.
Station V. Simon of Cyrene picks up the cross.
Station VI. A woman wipes the face of Jesus, whose image remains on the cloth. (She is remembered as Veronica, apparently derived from the Latin word vera and the Greek word icon, meaning "true image.")
Station VII. Jesus falls for the second time. (The chapel contains one of the columns of the Byzantine Cardo, the main street of 6th-century Jerusalem.)
Station VIII. Jesus addresses the women in the crowd.
Station IX. Jesus falls for the third time.
Station X. Jesus is stripped of his garments.
Station XI. Jesus is nailed to the cross.
Station XII. Jesus dies on the cross.
Station XIII. Jesus is taken down from the cross.
Station XIV. Jesus is buried.