Inside Madrid's protest camp in Puerta del Sol square
Hundreds of young Spaniards remain camped out on the streets of Madrid and other cities protesting against mass unemployment, corruption and a political class they say is ruled by the financial markets, not the needs of the people.
The demonstration in Madrid has gradually developed from a small sit in, to a full blown tent city with a market, a garden and even a library.
Despite complaints from local businesses, the protesters have vowed to stay put until Sunday at least.
Juan Lopez - an unemployed graduate - has been at the protest camp since it began on 15 May.
He showed BBC News around the tent city in Puerta del Sol.
- From the section Europe