Buildworld has released its list of the world’s 10 ugliest buildings — and six of them are located in the United States.

American buildings that cracked the top 10 include Washington D.C.’s J. Edgar Hoover Building at number 2; Boston City Hall at number 3; and New York’s Verizon Building at number 6. Rounding out the list are the Watergate Complex in Washington D.C., the Denver International Airport, and Las Vegas’ Trump Tower at 8, 9, and 10, respectively.

While the U.S. leads the world in the number of ugly buildings, it isn’t home to the ugliest. That honor goes to the Scottish Parliament Building in Edinburgh, which checks in at number one.

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