This shrine, installed in 2007, might be the newest shrine in Venice. It's interesting that they continue to add more street shrines (it makes me happy). This one is not far from San Rocco and the Frari; I wonder if this little corner had a pissotta before the shrine came along? Perhaps that's what the shrine is sitting on?
There's electric lighting and a Madonna and Child inside, a couple of angel carvings on the tabernacle, and an inscription, "Ave Maria Gratia Plena" (Hail Mary Full of Grace).
And this one might be the oldest shrine. Not the wooden tabernacle which doesn't look that old, but the relief inside which is dated 1362.
This one is on the side of the church of San Martino in Castello. I've never been by there at night and would like to see what this one looks like when the light is on.