May 19 2009
High heels don’t just hurt your feet – they hurt historical sites too. The ancient marble floors of Greek ruins are being all the more ruined by tourists in pumps. As hard as it may be to go sightseeing without your sexiest stilettos, The Frisky reports that the Culture Ministry is officially asking women to leave the the heels at home when visiting ancient sites this summer.
Going one step further, a new law will go in effect in January 2010 banning drinking, eating and wearing spiked heels at the national treasures. It’s all fun and sexy until an important monument gets hurt.
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