Garden Walls

A speculative country builder has a circular field, on which he has erected four cottages, as shown in the illustration. 
The field is surrounded by a brick wall, and the owner undertook to put up three other brick walls, so that the neighbours should not be overlooked by each other, but the four tenants insist that there shall be no favouritism, and that each shall have exactly the same length of wall space for his wall fruit trees. The puzzle is to show 

How may be built three walls so that each tenant shall have the same area of ground, and precisely the same length of wall?

Of course, each garden must be entirely enclosed by its walls, and it must be possible to prove that each garden has exactly the same length of wall. 

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