Museu del Calçat
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Museu del Calçat information
This obscure museum is home to everything from Egyptian sandals to dainty ladies’ shoes of the 18th century. The museum and cobblers’ guild, which has its roots in the city’s medieval past, were moved here shortly after the civil war.