SHOES OR NO SHOES

Vandevoordeweg 2
9770 KRUISHOUTEM
Belgium
Almost every human being owns a pair in one or another execution. On the one hand this universal object leads a visitor of SONS through all ethnic cultures and peoples, from the first foot-covered footsteps of humans till today. On the other hand through the world of modern art, highlighted out of a surprising perspective.

SPANISH LEATHER AND SHOE MUSEUM ELDA

Avenida de Chapi, 32
03600 ELDA
Spain
The city of Elda, the seat of the Shoe museum, is an industrial centre in the Valencia Community.

THESSALONIKI SHOE MUSEUM

International Fair Thessaloniki - Show Room Art
Dimokritou 10
THESSALONIKI
Greece
PRE-opening of the first SHOE MUSEUM in THESSALONIKI GREECE all MAY 2018 Begin date: 2018-05-01 . - End date: 2018-05-31 May 9, 2018 Big opening party PUT ON YOUR BEST SHOES AND COME

ZLIN MUSEUM OF SHOEMAKING

Jana Antonína Bati
762 57 ZLIN
Czech Republic
Out of the original need to protect our feet from cold, heat, moisture and dangerous surfaces, shoes became an inseparable part of our live. Already at the beginning of human history, shoes became a characteristic fashion item, an artwork inspiration as well as an artwork itself.

THE NATIONAL FOOTWEAR MUSEUM - IZEGEM

Baron de Pélichystraat, 5
B-8870 IZEGEM
Belgium
Shoemaking in Izegem originated in the last decades of the 18th century. Production methods were substantially enhanced from 1830 onwards, and in the 20th century Izegem grew to be the principal production centre of shoemaking in Belgium. Till the 1950's Izegem firms turned out over 50% of the total Belgian production. From then onwards there was a decline which continues till today.

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