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Danilo Mascia-Cariola: This is one of the Jewish Memorials in Budapest. The Nazis asked Jews to take their shoes off before shooting them into the river. The shoes are made of bronze and are attached to the bank. It is one of the most moving Holocaust memorials I've ever seen.
Oscar de la Renta, Spring 2015. Photo by Natasha Jahangir @marriedinny http://marriedinnewyork.tumblr.com/ https://www.pinterest.com/lahana/shoes-zapatos-chaussures-schuhe-%E9%9E%8B-schoenen-o%D0%B1%D1%83%D0%B2%D1%8C-%E0%A4%9C/
Medieval shoes were made inside out on a last, stitched along the seams and made without separate heels. This is known as the ‘turnshoe’ method. They were not very waterproof and wooden pattens or overshoes were often worn with them outside the house. Leather working was an important trade in medieval St Albans. French Row was originally known as “Cordwainers Row” i.e. Shoemakers Row.