Disclaimer: The following information is updated for 2023. It is for educational purposes.
In the state of New Jersey, one city has been ranked as one of the ugliest cities in America. Of course, it's just an opinion and some may disagree, but it has been ranked as one of the ugliest nonetheless.
One website made a list of the ugliest cities in the United States. Here's what the one in New Jersey was.
It was Newark, NJ. The population here is a little over 300,000 people.
The website says, "Unfortunately, Newark has earned a reputation as an unattractive city known for its high crime rates, poverty, and lack of investment in urban development. However, like Baltimore, the city has been working to revitalize its downtown area and make it a desirable place to live and visit."
The website goes on to say that this ranking is merely an opinion. It says, "The idea of what is considered an ugly city is subjective and varies from person to person. While some cities may have a history of poverty, crime, and urban decay, they are still worth exploring and discovering. Beauty can be found in the most unexpected places, and it is up to us to look beyond appearances and see the potential for greatness in every city."
Despite being ranked as one of the ugliest cities in the United States, the city of Newark is still considered great by many people and it certainly shouldn't discourage you from visiting!
That's the place in New Jersey that has been ranked as one of the ugliest cities in the United States.
What do you think about this? Do you think this place should have been on the list? Have you been to this city before? Did you enjoy your experience there? Do you think the city was ugly? Comment below and let me know!
You can click the following link to go to the website where this information was found: https://theimpulsetraveler.com/americas-ugliest-cities/
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