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When what was, at the time, the worst storm in North American history struck Florida during 1991, only one structure in the city of Homestead, where Hurricane “Andrew” concentrated its fury, escaped damage. The surviving building was not a modern bank or skyscraper, but a “coral castle” completed by one lonely man in 1940. How [...]