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The main north–south street is Yusup Abdrakhmanov Street, still commonly referred to by its old name, Sovietskaya Street.
Its northern and southern sections are called, respectively, Yelebesov and Baityk Batyr Streets.
In the last years of Kokhand rule, the fortress was led by Atabek, the Datka.
In 2004, Russians made up approximately 20% of the city's population, and about Today, Bishkek is a modern city with many restaurants and cafes, and with many second-hand European and Japanese cars and minibuses crowding its streets.
However, streets and sidewalks have fallen into disrepair since the 1990s.
In 1936, the city of Frunze became the capital of the Kirghiz Soviet Socialist Republic, during the final stages of the national delimitation in the Soviet Union.
In 1991 the Kyrgyz parliament changed the capital's name to "Bishkek".