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Ward No. 34
Occupying an area 232.1 hectares, the ward's most important historic building is Min Bhawan. Another distinguished structure is the Birendra International Convention Center which is Nepal's world-class showpiece.
The Bagmati river forms the ward boundary in the east and south, the road leading from Old Baneswar to New Baneswar and Sankhamul in the west, and the old road from Baneswar to the airport in the north. Social, economic and physical comforts are yet to be established in many parts of the ward. Its population was 46,136 in 2001.
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- Population and number of households
- Building structure
- Solid waste
- Number of houses with various basic services
- Areas without basic services
- Educational institutions
- Health institutions
- Institutional buildings
- Financial institutions
- Service and repair centers
- Training centers
- Parking space
- Heritage sites
- Buildings of historic and architectural importance
- Feasts/festivals celebrated
- Pilgrim shelters, rest houses, sacred sites, etc.
- Public grounds
- Open-air market
- NGOs, INGOs, CBOs, clubs, etc.
- Five biggest problems
- Important projects completed
- On-going projects