It's the Bomb: Fallout Shelter? Ice Cube? Or Is the Austin County Courthouse a Model of Modern Design?

This Old Courthouse: Ugly Edition

, Texas Lawyer

In each of Texas' 254 counties is an important building that often evokes feelings of awe and inspiration. But some of the courthouses in this state come nowhere close to that kind of adoration because they are downright ugly. So Texas Lawyer asked readers to identify what they believe are some of the state's most unsightly courthouses. First on the list is the Austin County Courthouse in Bellville (pictured). And here's a video about the courthouse.

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