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Saturday, November 15, 2008

Boston City Hall: The World’s Ugliest Building


Boston City Hall, originally uploaded by stevegarfield.



Virtual Tourist: The World’s Top 10 Ugliest Buildings:
1) Boston City Hall; Boston, Massachusetts

While it was hip for it’s time, this concrete structure now gets routinely criticized for its dreary façade and incongruity with the rest of the city’s more genteel architecture. Luckily, it’s very close to more aesthetically pleasing attractions.
Boston Herald: Boston City Hall named world’s ugliest building
It’s official now. Boston City Hall is the ugliest building . . . in the world!
Boston.com: City Hall picked one of world's ugliest buildings
Now City Hall, which opened in 1969, is getting some unflattering international attention: It heads the list of the "World's Top 10 Ugliest Buildings and Monuments" compiled by the website VirtualTourist.com, which provides travel information.
Dear Boston.com,

It's the ugliest.

That should be the title of your story.

--Steve

1 comment:

  1. Thanks for sharing this. There are many structures in the world that can be stated as the most ugliest structures. some of them are Ryogyong Hotel, Royal Ontario Musuem, Petrobras Headquarters, Markel Building, Zizkov Television Tower, Beehive, National Library of Pristina, Center Georges Pompidou, Federation Square, Morris A. Mechanic Theater for more details on this structure visit Top 10 World’s Ugliest Structures

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