The most unattractive historical figures

Leopold I - Ruler of the Holy Roman Empire from 1658 to 1705, there's a lot going on with Leopold I, and the outfit certainly doesn't help.

Abraham Lincoln - The 16th president of the US was so aware of his looks that he even joked about it.

Socrates - According to historical accounts, the Greek philosopher was ugly. This even made him a target for Aristophanes in his comedies.

Tutankhamun - While the golden mask might make you think that Tutankhamun was a stunner, think again. 

Thomas Aquinas - The Italian priest, theologist, and philosopher might have been a holy man, but he wasn't blessed when it came to his looks.

Vlad the Impaler - Often considered one of the most important rulers in Romania, he's also the country's national hero.

Angelina Emily Grimké - Just like her sister, Angelina Emily Grimké wasn't an eye-catching woman. 

Ljubica Vukomanović - The princess consort of Serbia between 1817 and 1839, Ljubica was quite active and influential in Serbian politics.

Franz Liszt - While the Hungarian composer was a skilled pianist who influenced the Romantic era, he didn't age as well as his music. 

Cleopatra - In popular culture, Cleopatra is depicted as a great beauty, but historical records suggest the opposite.

Queen Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz - Charlotte was Queen of Great Britain and Ireland as the wife of King George III.

Jean-Paul Sartre - The famous French philosopher was aware of his looks, especially after he got a haircut. 

Grigori Rasputin - The Russian mystic was definitely creepy looking, but don't be fooled by his looks. The man seduced countless noble women. 

Ludwig Van Beethoven - The acclaimed German composer and pianist was only 5'2 (160 centimeters) and described as ugly by his own friends. Now that's rough! 

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