Everyone wants to live in pleasant and beautiful cities that have good energy but not everyone has this chance. Some of the cities might be even frightening. A Reddit user asked ”What is the ugliest city you have ever visited?” and here are 30 of the people’s responses.
Vegas. Although I wouldn’t call it much of a city; it was more of a clusterf*** of buildings, neon, and wasted lives all stitched together smack in the middle of bumf*** nowhere.
Bakersfield, CA – Never in my life have I seen such a sour sight. Oil wells as far the eye can see that it almost looks a heard of stationary ants humping the soil.
Gary, Indiana. The entire city was gray. No color. I thought I had gone color blind until I got to Chicago.
Youngstown, Ohio. Pure depression.
Bakersfield, California, always gives me a headache when I visit it.
After I visited Aberdeen, Washington I felt like I understood Kurt Cobain better. The natural surroundings are stunningly beautiful, but in the middle of it there’s this gray, dark, depressing town built on a swamp that feels like it’s sucks the life out of you. If a town could have feelings, this one would be utterly, hopelessly depressed.
LA. depressing concrete s***hole and I’m glad I visited nicer cities in the USA. everyone was so angry/sad there.
Modesto, CA. It should be a crime to make a city as ugly as Modesto in a state with so much beauty.
El Paso, Texas, depresses the hell out of me.
Birmingham, Alabama. Half the city is just bland brown brick buildings from the 80’s, and the other half is basically abandoned ruins of bland brown brick buildings from the 80’s