What is the ugliest city in Europe?

Beauty is subjective, and opinions about cities' aesthetics can vary widely. It's important to remember that every city has its own unique charm and cultural significance. Additionally, urban areas are diverse and often contain both aesthetically pleasing and less aesthetically appealing elements. Therefore, it would not be fair or accurate to label any city as the "ugliest" in Europe or any other continent.

If there were to be any contenders however it would have to be: Tirana in Albania, Pristina in Kosovo, Zagreb in Croatia, Bucharest in Romania, Athens, Greece; Frankfurt, Germany; Manchester(Birmingham, Coventry), Brindisi, Italy.

Furthermore, cities are constantly evolving, and efforts are often made to improve urban environments, enhance infrastructure, and preserve cultural heritage. What one person may find unattractive about a city, another might appreciate for different reasons.