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English Español A KLO gas station in Ukraine has painted the largest graffiti mural in Europe

The owner of the site decided to provide a canvas for local artists instead of putting up advertisement.

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A KLO gas station in Sophia Borschagivka, a village near Kiev, claims to have the largest graffiti mural in Europe. Ukrainian graffiti artists were hired to paint the 560 m² area, reports Nefterynok.

“We could have filled the whole space with advertising signs, but instead we decided to provide such a unique "canvas" to the artists, and they jointly created an art object which is now seen by every customer of this gas station,” said Vyacheslav Steshenko, co-owner of the KLO gas station network.

In October, this KLO site became the first gas stations to have a McDonald’s on its premises.

The KLO petrol station network, founded in 1995, includes more than 60 locations with their own restaurants, shops and cafes in Kiev City, Kiev, Zhytomyr and Chernigov regions.

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