The world's oldest leather shoe, 1,000 years older than the Great Pyramid of Giza in Egypt and 400 years older than Stonehenge in Britain, has been found perfectly preserved in a cave in Armenia.

The shoe is made of a single piece of cow-hide leather, had laces, and was shaped to fit the wearer's foot. It is 24.5 cm long, 7.6 cm to 10 cm wide (matching a modern-day European size 37 or U.S. size 7), and dates back to around 3,500 BC (an era known as the Chalcolithic period).

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