Statue of Ferdinand VI of Spain, 1717-59, on the terrace outside the main building of the Carmen de los Martires Garden, on the site of a Barefoot Carmelite shrine and convent originally established in 1492, in Granada, Andalusia, Southern Spain. A Carmen is a traditional house with enclosed garden, this example dates to the 19th century and displays various garden styles including English, Spanish and Nasrid. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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Statue of Ferdinand VI of Spain, 1717-59, on the terrace outside the main building of the Carmen de los Martires Garden, on the site of a Barefoot Carmelite shrine and convent originally established in 1492, in Granada, Andalusia, Southern Spain. A Carmen is a traditional house with enclosed garden, this example dates to the 19th century and displays various garden styles including English, Spanish and Nasrid. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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