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WWD named the Temple University School of Podiatric Medicine Shoe Museum as one of the world's top shoe museums. Displaying roughly 300 pairs of the archive's 900 shoes, the collection includes Egyptian burial sandals circa 200 B.C. and a pair of 200-year-old French sabots (wooden shoes). [WWD]