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Bishkek, men seni syiemin!

Written by on Thursday, 10 April 2014
Culture and History, Kyrgyzstan, Photoblog
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A special guest post by Aigul Pyatayeva, a Kazakh philosophy student at the International University of Kyrgyzstan.

This week Bishkek is commemorating Revolutions… I was lucky to get a glimpse of hope by participating in a Student Conference on 7th April. And today being warned not to cross locations of possible riots, I skipped my lessons and walked the streets of Bishkek I never walked before… and came across a graffiti wall – some images illustrate city’s craziness, dynamics and aspirations. But nevertheless, Bishkek, men seni syiemin!

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