The world's ugliest Cathedral
It's not the prettiest, is it?
posted on 05/09/2007 10:33:26 AM PDT
(If I speak in the tongues of men and of angels, but have not love, I am only a resounding gong or a)
Yikes. That makes the Catholic Cathedral in LA look gorgeous by comparison.
What is that outbuilding pictured?
An industrial baptistery?
posted on 05/09/2007 10:39:05 AM PDT
YAK...Who would by such a piece of garbage? The Zambodians?
It is even too ugly to be a factory or a power plant.
posted on 05/09/2007 10:56:19 AM PDT
(Reporting from Bratislava, Slovakia)
Take out the bells, put on a roof, and you have a minaret.
posted on 05/09/2007 11:29:01 AM PDT
Holy crap, but that's an ugly pile of bricks.
It'd be a great fire station, though -- you could dry a lot of hoses in those towers.
posted on 05/09/2007 11:32:14 AM PDT
I think it would make a pretty cool power plant.
I was about to ask who could lose three-quarters of a million on a long term real estate investment (barring Florida swampland or a Hawaiian volcano) until I saw that picture you posted.
Yeah, building something that damned ugly will kill your property values, sho’nuff.
posted on 05/09/2007 12:03:23 PM PDT
(Sacrificing our land and our blood cannot buy protection from jihad.-Bishop Artemije of Kosovo)
The inside is just as Fugly.
This is a Work that “Father” Vosko would be proud of.
I think the Los Angeles (nominally) Catholic Cathedral is uglier. Although the architectural theme of this cathedral is abhorrent, at least it has one. compare:
The Taj Mahony just looks like a misplaced factory.
posted on 05/09/2007 12:43:15 PM PDT
posted on 05/09/2007 2:12:23 PM PDT
(As long as we pretend to not be fighting Iran in Iraq, we can't pretend to win the war.)
I think I have see it. Right by the Interstate, right? UGHlee!
posted on 05/09/2007 8:18:40 PM PDT
Right up there with this hideous cathedral in Burlington, Vermont.
posted on 05/09/2007 9:21:50 PM PDT
by Straight Vermonter
(Posting from deep behind the Maple Curtain)
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