Where are the world’s ugliest buildings? One of them’s in my hometown, Toronto, according to the second annual list from virtualtourist.com
The Royal Ontario Museum added the Michael Lee-Chin Crystal, opening in June 2007, a totally incongruous Daniel Liebeskind designed addition to one of the city’s loveliest buildings, built in 1914 of sandstone. Now its aluminum and glass shards protrude from the north end of the ROM, North America’s fifth largest museum.
Which monstrosity gets your vote?