Heartbroken and deeply saddened, Ed set out on a lifelong quest to create a monument to his lost love that has become one of the world’s most remarkable accomplishments, originally called Rock Gate Park but now known as the Coral Castle.
Coral Castle, located in Homestead, Florida. Working alone with primitive tools, a Latvian immigrant named Edward Leedskalnin quarried, carved, and set in place more than 1,100 tons of coral rock, creating what is commonly known as the American Stonehenge.
Colral Castle -- The structure—made of megalithic-size stones—was built over 28 years by a single slight-framed man, Edward Leedskalnin, as a temple to his lost love. Leedskalnin claimed he’d learned the ancient secrets of the Great Pyramids back in his homeland, Latvia, and was witnessed levitating 1,000-pound stones in the dead of night.
Kastelbell Castle - Val Venosta, South Tyrol, Italy. Kastebell Castle, is a picturesque castle, believed to have been built by the Montalban family during the 11th Century. In 1531 the castle came into the Hendl family who renovated and extended it to become the beautiful and classical castle that it is. In 1956 Kastebell Castle became state property but after years of litigation the Hendl family redeemed it for the sum of 16 Euros. Information from Travelinos.com