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Eye catching giant leather shoes in Shanxi

(People's Daily Online)

14:49, October 09, 2012

Photo taken on Oct. 9 shows a little boy standing in a giant shoe, which catch eyes of public in China’s Shanxi province.(Chinanews/Weiliang)

Edited and translated by Gao Yinan, People's Daily Online

A pair of handmade leather shoes appearing in front of a shoemaker’s immediately caught the eyes of the public in Pingyao, Shanxi province. One giant shoe is about 2.33 meters long, 0.68 meters wide, 0.68 meters high and it weighs about 60 kilograms. It cost the shoe factory three months to make it with leather from 14 cattle.


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