A cool little shrine/chapel/oratory in a corte in San Marco. Built in 1815 and dedicated to Beata Vergina Assunta, it even has a bell on top.
One of my books says that this is an oratory (which would make it more "official" than a shrine) but it's not listed on the Patriarch of Venice website which does list other oratories. I don't know what it is, really, and its door was locked. Maybe it's someone's private chapel?
Someone is definitely taking care of it. This photo is funky but you can see that it's got a Madonna, some angels and flowers and lace, and a prayer bench inside.
Nice vera da pozzo in the corte too.