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Ba Dinh District, a land of "geographical and human excellence," holds a crucial position in the ancient Thang Long Imperial Citadel and is now the center of national administration and politics. It is a source of pride for generations of Vietnamese people and the capital city of Hanoi. In the cradle of the Red River civilization, the residents of Ba Dinh have cultivated a distinctive cultural identity, shaping a historical land with prominent landmarks that contribute to the history of a thousand years of Thang Long - Hanoi civilization. These include the Imperial Citadel, Quan Thanh Temple, Voi Phuc Temple, One Pillar Pagoda, Hanoi Flag Tower, Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum, and hundreds of other historical and cultural relics.
Ba Dinh is an area rich in historical, cultural, and revolutionary relics. In addition to iconic structures, almost every ward in Ba Dinh district has its own relics or a collection of relics: Giang Vo ward has Giang Vo temple and Luu Ly Pagoda; Dien Bien ward has the ancient citadel of Hanoi and Thanh Ninh Pagoda; Doi Can ward has Bat Thap Pagoda; Ngoc Ha ward has Vinh Phuc temple, Bat Mau Pagoda, and Dong Ngu temple; Nguyen Trung Truc ward has Giai Canh temple and Phuc Lam Pagoda; Truc Bach ward has Cau Nhi temple and Chau Long Pagoda, and so on.
Studying the historical, cultural, and artistic relics in the district, along with textual records about the rich humane values and historical figures who have become deities and village deities, as well as architectural and artistic works, contributes to elucidating the process of struggle and development of the capital city.