50 Most Evil Looking Buildings on Earth


Listen, I doubt they are doing it intentionally. You know? No one is designing a building thinking, “Let’s make this looks as evil as we can.” But the fact is, some buildings just come out looking like an evil lair. Something out of an Austin Powers movie. Check these out because you’re going to be surprised at how sinister some of these actually look. The top 5 are unreal. you’re going to love this list.
50. This is the Lausward Power Plant in Düsseldorf, Germany.
If a building looks like it could be the home of an evil corporation or super villain, you’ll find it here. These are the creepiest buildings on earth and they just get more evil looking as you go. From homes and bunkers to skyscrapers and stadiums, these buildings will leave you wondering what the architect or people behind them were thinking.

49. This is the High Trestle Trail Bridge in Central Iowa. Construction of this bridge is from 2006 – 2011.

48. This is part of a luxury mall in France called the Polygone Riviera. The guy in the middle is the sculpture, Agrippa.

47. This is the Pagaruyung Palace in West Sumatra, Indonesia. It used to be the palace for the Pagaruyung Kingdom.

46. This is the CSAV Headquarters in Valparaíso, Chile.

45. This is a structure from an abandoned waterpark in Vietnam. The park was built in 2004 for $3 Million.

44. This piece is called the “Quasi” by Ronnie Van Hout located in Christchurch, New Zealand.

43. This is the Niagara Mohawk Building in Syracuse, New York. It was built in 1932 and was built in the art deco style.

42. This is the Mormon Temple in La Jolla, California.

41. This is the Al Tijaria in Kuwait built in 2009.

40. This is the Ponte Tower in Johannesburg, South Africa was built in 1975. It is the tallest residential skyscraper in Africa.

39. This is the U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minnesota. It was constructed from 2013 – 2016, and cost $1.129 billion. It is home to the Minnesota Vikings.

38. This is the Mercedes Benz Stadium in Atlanta, Georgia. It was constructed from 2014 – 2017, and cost $1.6 Billion. This is the home to the Atlanta Falcons.

37. The faded structure in the back is the Krstovsky Stadium on Krestovsky Island in Saint Petersburg, Russia. It is home to the FC Zenit Saint Petersburg.

36. This is the Saint Francis de Sales Church in Michigan.

35. This is an image of Moscow Russia showing the city’s growth over the years.

34. Gregg Suits aka Suitswon, a graffiti artist, created this mural on this space in New York.

33. This is the St. Mary’s Cathedral which is the seat of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Tokyo. This is located in Tokyo, Japan.

32. This is a shanty town in the district of Pétionville, a suburb of Port-au-Prince, Haiti. The town is called Jalousie.

31. This is the entrance to a private residence in Lofoten, Norway.

30. This photo is of Luna Park was taken during a huge dust storm in Sydney, Australia.

29. This is downtown Austin, Texas at night.

28. This is an art piece by Simon Stalenhag.

27. This place is located in Pyongyang, North Korea.

26. A photographer captured this amazing shot of a red Supermoon amongst Madrid’s Four Towers. This was captured in 2014.

25. This is a hotel in Moscow, Russia.

24. This is the Guernsey Observation Tower constructed on the channel islands in the English Channel. It was used between 1942 – 1945 by the German Forces in WWII.

23. This is the Tokyo Big Sight, also known as the Tokyo International Exhibition Center, is a convention and exhibition center in Tokyo, Japan. It is being planned to be the main broadcasting center and press center for the 2020 Summer Olympics.

22. This is the Uppsala Cathedral in Uppsala, Sweden during the “Festival of Light”. It is the largest and tallest cathedral in Scandinavia. It was constructed from 1270 – 1435.

21. This is the Philadelphia City Hall, the largest municipal building in the US. It was constructed from 1871 – 1901, and it cost $24 Million.

20. This industrial factory is located in Donetsk, Ukraine. Steelworks/Smelting work is done in this factory.

19. This is the Wat Samphran Temple in Khlong Mai, Thailand. This building is shrouded in mystery because we don’t know when it was built, who designed it, or why a dragon circles the building.

18. This bridge is called the Valmiera Bridge in Valmiera, Latvia.

17. This building is called the BNL-BNP Paribas in Roma, Italy.

16. This building looking over a city is the Oakland California Temple. It is the 15th constructed temple of the Church of Latter-Day Saints.

15. This convenience store should consider changing the lights on the store sign.

14. This house fits all the elements of an evil building; remote location, built inside a mountain and has a plank stretching over rocky water.

13. This building is called the Nakagin Capsule Tower in Shimbashi, Tokyo, Japan. The building is used for apartments, offices, and storage.

12. This is Buster Keaton in the film Steamboat Bill Jr in 1928. He performed this stunt with a crew who begged him not to do this stunt.

11. This is St. Lambert’s Cathedral in Munster, Germany.

10. This structure is a burning windmill creating black smoke rings.

9. The dark-colored cathedral in the distance is called the Clermont-Ferrand Cathedral. It is a Gothic cathedral and French National Monument in France.

8. Despite the coziness of this house, it shares all the elements of an evil building.

7. This structure is called Duga. It was an Over-the-Horizon Radar System used by the Soviet Union located in Ukraine and Eastern Siberia.

6. This house is located in Portland, Oregon.

5. This structure in this ominous shot is the Space Needle in Seattle, Washington.

4. This Burger King is located in a former Nazi party rally ground in Nuremberg.

3. This is the train station in Aarhus, Denmark.

2. This is the Charles Bridge over the Vltava river in Prague, Czech Republic.

1. This is the cabin of the Unabomber, Ted Kaczynski. Ted sent bombs through the mail to targeted victims, killing 3 people and injuring 23.