The small wayside shrine dedicated to the Madonna is located on the fork between the Via Romana and the Via Paladini, the current route of the Francigena. It is distinguished by the neo-Gothic structure of the façade and the curious superimposition of the half pilaster on the internal and external walls from the opening, which assimilate them into strange pillars corresponding to two symmetrical pinnacles. The ogival trilobed arch is also noteworthy. Recently built, there it probably has19th century origins.
Sources: R., Monacci F., Luoghi della devozione, per un catalogo delle microstrutture religiose nel contado lucchese, Italia Nostra Sezione di Lucca