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Review of Dong Da district area
Dong Da district, in the heart of Hanoi's capital, is bordered to the north by Ba Dinh district, to the northeast by Hoan Kiem district, to the east by Hai Ba Trung district, to the south by Thanh Xuan district, and to the west by Cau Giay district. The To Lich riverbed serves as the major border. Dong Da district is part of Thang Long Citadel's property; the area in the inner city has changed names several times throughout history. Dong Da's territory now has a restricted administrative border of just around 9.96km2, with a dense population that may be regarded to be the greatest among Hanoi's districts. The district is divided into 21 wards. Many cultural and historical artifacts, such as Lang Pagoda, Bich Cau Temple, Nam Dong Pagoda, and King Quang Trung's monument, are located in the district.
The topography creates the roads
Dong Da district has a rather level landscape. Previously, there were several ponds and lagoons, but they were filled as a result of development. To Lich River and Lu River are two tiny rivers that go through the area. A few minor mounds, notably Dong Da mound, may be seen towards the east.
The roads are also twisting and follow the flow of rivers, so they have a significant influence. The lake system also provides a landscape for the area, which helps to reduce dust pollution.
Line 1 (Ngoc Hoi - Yen Vien), line 2 (Noi Bai - Thuong Dinh), line 2A (Cat Linh - Ha Dong), line 3 (Triple - Nhon - Yen So), and line 5 (Ho Tay - An Khanh) are urban railway projects that pass through the district, with line 3, section Nhon - Hanoi Railway Station (part of the Troi - Nhon - Yen So route There is a bus station in Kim Ma that runs routes such as 90 from Kim Ma to My Dinh airport, as well as lines 34,22, and 32.
There is a BRT bus route from Yen Nghia bus station to Kim Ma bus station, bus 01 from Yen Nghia bus station to Gia Lam bus station, bus 02 from Tran Khanh Du to Yen Nghia bus station, and bus 107A or 107B from Kim Ma bus station to Ethnic Culture Village in Dong Mo Son Tay or Huong Son, Perfume Pagoda.
Parks associated with national historical values
Parks in the district include Dong Da Park (in the Go Dong Da neighbourhood), Thong Nhat Park, and Van Mieu's campus - Quoc Tu Giam Flower Garden. The first is Dong Da Park, which was built on the site of what is now the Dong Da mound. The work is organized into two sections: the memorial area, the gallery, and the mound that overlooks Dang Tien Dong Street. Dang Tien Dong was a commander in King Quang Trung's army who oversaw the building of the "Fire Dragon" fight, which consisted of thousands of bundles of oil-soaked straw from the Khuong Thuong people (in those days, Dong Da mound was in Khuong Thuong area). Because of Dang Tien Dong's triumph, King Quang Trung's troops surged from Ngoc Hoi, conquering the citadel and achieving the legendary Ngoc Hoi - Dong Da victory, which has now become a red address for many in the palace. Tourists come to unwind among the greenery while reminiscing about former matches.
The Quoc Tu Giam flower garden is directly outside the gate, Giam garden is close with many ancient and perennial trees, and the space next to the Temple of Literature's entrance is planted with numerous flowers, providing a green scene opposite. The area around the lake, which is currently utilized for folk games on weekends and major national holidays, is the Temple of Literature's main gate.
Thong Nhat Park is one of Hanoi's two largest parks, with an area of up to 50 hectares. The park's campus includes Bay Mau Lake, which is named after the lake. Another unique characteristic of the park is the numerous entrance gates positioned on the pavement of streets like Tran Nhan Tong, Nguyen Dinh Chieu, Dai Co Viet, and Le Duan. This large space is also where many fairs, such as book fairs and promotional item fairs, take place. Because the park's density of trees is fairly vast and cool, it is a peaceful time as a red location for outdoor fun activities.
It is quite convenient for visitors to get to the amusement park because it is located near the University of Science and Technology, the University of Civil Engineering, the Central Circus, and the bus terminals. There is also a parking space for buses and Viet Thanh automobiles directly at the Tran Nhan Tong street entrance to transfer passengers to the airport area.
Ba Mau lake, a freshwater lake with the Yen Vien - Ngoc Hoi railway running along Le Duan street; Kim Lien lake is being renovated; Xa Dan lake is a small cool lake in the area around Hanoi on hot sunny days; Dong Da lake, also known as Hoang Cau lake, the wide lake bed is considered the lung for the surrounding population; Lake Van Chuong. The majority of the lakes are surrounded by ancient dormitories, which act as a large air conditioner for the surrounding neighborhoods.
Architecture with outstanding apartment in Dong Da district
The southern wards of Dong Da are densely populated, with Phuong Mai, Kim Lien, Trung Tu, Khuong Thuong, and Nam Dong housing some of Hanoi's first apartment structures. Bringing in the architecture of prior generations, as well as a lot of 1960s history. The walls of this ancient dormitories are pretty stunning with the hairstyles going along the pavement. Currently, the architecture of the neighborhood is geared on the project of repairing existing flats. Because of their great position with high-traffic highways, crossroads such as Nga Tu So, Lang Street, and numerous utilities to service the requirements of residents, many new apartment projects have gradually developed, ranging from inexpensive flats to high-class apartments.
On Nguyen Chi Thanh and Chua Lang streets, some of the district's most notable residences, such as Vinhomes Nguyen Chi Thanh apartment building, are located. Oriental Plaza 16 Lang Ha apartment complex combines high-class apartment projects with commercial and shopping centers; Mipec Tower apartment building on Tay Son street; Mon Central apartment 29 Lang Ha; Hong Kong Tower De La Thanh apartment building; Mipec Tower apartment building on Tay Son street; Mon Central apartment 29 Lang Ha; Mon Central apartment 29 Lang Ha; Mon Central apartment 29 Lang Ha The Artemis 3 Le Trong Tan apartment building; 88 Lang Ha luxury apartment building right on the central road, convenient for shopping, schools, and hospitals; Tan Hoang Minh apartment building in Hoang Cau was built in neoclassical style; and Capital Garden complex in prime location with synchronous infrastructural development.
Residents of Dong Da District
This is one of the districts with a high educational level, with the majority of residents being state officials and employees. The population density is quite high, with about 32,000 persons per square kilometer.
The majority of the residences along the roadside are trading or renting, and there are several convenience stores nearby. The Temple of Literature - Quoc Tu Giam is considered Vietnam's first university - and spiritual places such as Chua Boc, Chua Lang, and notably Phuc Khanh Pagoda are all located in this neighborhood. Hang Bot church, Kim Lien community house, Thai Ha dynasty residence.
Hanoi station (North-South railway), Le Duan street, Hang Day stadium, and Nguyen Thai Hoc street are all located in the district. Lotte Mart Mipec Tay Son, Vincom Nguyen Chi Thanh, and Vincom Pham Ngoc Thach are examples of commercial centers. Large hospitals, such as the Bach Mai hospital in Vietnam and the Vietnam-France hospital in France...
The district is home to Hanoi's high school leaders and major institutions. Kim Lien School, Le Quy Don School, Dong Da, Hoang Cau, Quang Trung, and Phan Huy Chu are examples of high school systems. Hanoi Law University, Foreign Trade University, Diplomatic Academy, Banking Academy, Hanoi Medical University, Vietnam National Academy of Music, Hanoi University of Culture, and Hanoi University of Literature are among the institutions that make up the university. University of Transport, University of Trade Union, Hanoi University of Industrial Fine Arts, University of Water Resources, Academy of Administration, Vietnam Women's Academy, Chemistry – Military Arts, University of Transport, University of Trade Union, Hanoi University of Industrial Fine Arts, University of Water Resources, University of Water Resources, University of Water Resources, University of Water Resources, University of Water Resources, University of Water In the North, the majority of valedictorians are centered mostly in the district. The degree of intelligence is pretty high.