The world’s oldest leather shoe was found in what country?

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An archaeological dig in the Caucasus Mountains uncovered a well-preserved shoe made from tanned cowhide. The shoe featured leather laces held in place by threading through leather eyelets much like modern shoe designs. The shoe was determined to be at least 5,500 years old, and it was preserved from the elements under piles of sheep dung.

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