happenings this month Here's where you can spot street art in Dubai
Here's where you can spot street art in Dubai
Updated on 30 July 2017

Dubai's 2nd December Street is nothing short of an art gallery with graffiti covering a number of buildings in the area. The artworks are a part of the Dubai Street Museum project, an initiative that will see public spaces across the city converted into giant canvases. Here are some of the paintings you can spot on this street:

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