Coral Castle in Florida. Edward Leedskalnin (Latvian: Edvards Liedskalniņš) (January 12, 1887, Stāmeriena parish, Livonia; December 7, 1951, Miami) was an eccentric Latvian emigrant to the United States and amateur sculptor who single-handedly built the monument known as Coral Castle in Florida. He was also known for his unusual theories on magnetism.
One of the most interesting doors of modern time is the source of great mystery, as is the otherworldly castle behind it. The door is made of a single coral block weighing nine tons. It is 80 inches wide, 92 inches tall and 21 inches thick. Amazingly the balance is so perfect it pivots open with the light touch of a finger. Coral Castle is located in Homestead, Florida.
Did a Latvian immigrant rediscover the secrets to the building of the pyramids... of levitation... of anti-gravity? His amazing Coral Castle in Homestead, Florida, is one of the most amazing structures ever built.