What Makes Our Cities Unique: The Coral Castle

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Edward Leedskalnin's Coral Castle in Florida
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As part of our series on unique places around the country, today we visit the Coral Castle of Miami, Florida. It is a structure made of 1,100 tons of coral rock. Edward Leedskalnin, a Latvian immigrant, built the structure between 1928 and 1951. He did so single-handedly and without modern construction equipment. Ken Bourke is a tour guide for the attraction.