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Is this really Sweden's ugliest building?

Sweden's 'ugliest building'. Photo: Johan Nilsson / TT

Published: 21.Mar.2019 08:47 hrs

Sweden is known around the world for its expansive natural spaces and sleek architectural design – but have you ever wondered which is the ugliest building in the country?

According to a new survey, the answer lies in Malmö.

The anti-modernism Facebook group and NGO Arkitekturupproret (The Architectural Uprising) announced the winner of its 'Kasper Kalkon' prize for Sweden's ugliest new build this week, and the winner was Malmö's Kv Sofia, also known as the Rosthuset or 'Rust building'.

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