From Queen Victoria’s dancing slippers to socks made from human hair, the Bata Shoe Museum displays a well-heeled history through some of the world’s most fascinating footwear.
Follow Tayfun King through the outdoorsy Canadian city as he hikes up a local mountain, plays games with some smurfs and tries to find the city’s best street food.
Beyond the Headlines
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