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Museum of leather goods Offenbach
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Professor Dr. Hugo Eberhardt realized, that the aspiring leather goods industry lacked illustrative material. With the help of friends, the professor began to collect leather goods. Today the museum has three departments. The Shoe Museum with footwear of 4 millennia, The Museum of Applied Arts (leather goods) from the Middle Ages to modern and the Ethnological Museum with the departments of Africa, America and Asia.

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