Jardin de las Damas (Ladies' Garden), Alcazar, Seville
|Resta, Vermondo (1555?-1625)
|Black and white
|Tim Benton / RIBA Collections
|Topiary ; Gardens ; Fountains
NOTES: The Jardin de las Damas was already in existence in the 16th century, albeit on a smaller scale. In the early 17th century Vermondo Resta extended and redesigned it, laying out the garden as a large rectangle with eight compartments along a central axis, as seen here with fountains at the intersections of the paths.
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