When We Set Foot on the Footwear Museum

It was a few months ago when my friend and I went to Marikina to see this Footwear Museum also known as Shoe Museum. We took a ride from Cubao through an Uber and it was less than an hour trip to reach it.

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The entrance to the Footwear Museum

The place is pretty decent and it is known to showcase some shoes seen around the world and of well-known people of the country and that includes the former first lady Imelda Marcos. There is not much to say about the place so I’ll just let the pictures do the talking.

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Dutch Clogs from Holland

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Indian Paduka

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Esparto Sandals

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Roman Strap Sandals

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Indian Moccasins beside the Esparto Sandals

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Viking Leather Shoes

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A portrait of Former first lady, Imelda Marcos

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Some of the former first lady’s shoes

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Dolphy’s Shoes

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The Master Showman’s Shoes

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Agot Isidro’s Shoes

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Former Marikina Mayor, Bayani Fernando’s shoes…and hat.

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Shoes of known political figures

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Mannequins showing how shoes are done.

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There’s a giant shoe here

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A shoe phone?!

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Visit is over. Time to go.

 

 

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