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Street art in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan’s capital city, is a vibrant and colorful form of public art that has emerged in recent years. It includes a wide range of styles, from graffiti and murals to stickers and installations. Street art in Bishkek is a way for artists to express themselves creatively, and it also helps to brighten up the city’s streets and buildings. Many of the street art pieces in Bishkek are politically or socially charged, reflecting the artists’ opinions on current events or issues affecting the city and its people. Despite some resistance from authorities and some members of the community, street art in Bishkek continues to grow in popularity and is becoming an important part of the city’s cultural landscape. Recently, more and more socially significant murals have appeared in Bishkek. They are created not only to improve the appearance of a building or a section of the urban environment, but some murals commemorate important events of the country, personalities and works, while others call citizens to action.