The chapel of the Calvary is located between the chapel of The Ladies of Charity and Pilate's House. It presents two entrance to access the statuary group in terracotta that represent the scene of Calvary, while at the outside near the chapel there is the shrine of Crucifige.
Outward to Calvary
This is the statuary group with a larger number of characters and represent one of the most predicament moment of the Passion of Christ. In this scene we can see the Romans soldiers with the sign of S.P.Q.R. (Senatus Populusque Romanus), the two thiefs, a civil on a horse (perhaps Giuseppe di Arimatea), but above all we can see the faces of the crowds that contrast the suffering but calm and peaceful face of Christ that carry the weight of the Cross and of the world's sins.
The shrine of Crucifige, is in front of Pilate's house and show the scene when the crowd shout to Jesus to crucifies him.