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MARIKINA SHOE MUSEUM, Marikina City
Located along JP. Rizal St. and just across the Our Lady of the Abandoned Church is the Shoe Museum. The museum holds shoes of several famous people including a pair of shoes from each president of the Philippines in chronological order. Other shoes note worthing are those of celebrities, ambassadors, political figures and even traditional shoes from several countries. On the 2nd floor, you'll read history about shoe making including life-size mannequins depicting the art of shoe making You'll also find some unusual shoe sizes like one being 3 feet long.
The main bulk of shoes on display were contributed by former first lady of the Philippines Imelda Marcos... 749 pairs to be exact. You'll see all different kinds of shoes she owned for different occasions. Shoes both made in Marikina and made abroad with different brands, styles, shapes and colors are all on display. A huge portrait of Imelda is also hanging above serving as a mini-shrine for her shoe collection below.