While most of Colorado is beautiful, there are a few things that stand out as pretty unsightly across our state. A new study says that this is the ugliest & most unsightly building in all of Colorado. Agree?

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Beautiful Things About Colorado

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From the beautiful Colorado skies to our mountains, lakes, and streams. We have so many breathtaking things about our state. It's probably why so many people are moving here every single day.

Not everything about Colorado is beautiful though... We have our fair share of crime and ugliness. Not just things that happen around Colorado, but things that were built in Colorado as well.

What's The Ugliest Building In Colorado?

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Travel website "Alot" put out a list of the ugliest & most unsightly buildings in America and Colorado has the 10th-ranked ugliest building in the entire country. We think it's kind of an odd design too, but we didn't think it was Top 10 ugly...

In some cities, it was an ugly Government building, restaurant, hotel, downtown office building, or even a sports stadium like the Mercedes-Benz Stadium as seen below...

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In Colorado though, "Alot" has the Denver Art Museum listed as the "most unsightly" building in the entire state...

The Denver Art Museum Is The Ugliest Building In Colorado

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Many art museums across the country were named as various state's ugliest, or most unsightly buildings, which makes sense because most of them are pretty off the beaten path as far as building designs go.

Like the artwork housed inside these buildings, the designs are intended to stand out. Is it an interesting design? Sure. But we're not sure we agree with "Alot" naming it the ugliest in Colorado. We've most certainly seen uglier.

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