Visual pollution

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Visual pollution is the term given to unattractive or unnatural visual elements of a vista, a landscape, or any other thing that a person might not want to look at. Commonly cited examples are advertisements, skywriting, houses, automobiles, traffic signs, roadways, litter, graffiti, overhead powerlines, buildings and weeds.

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