Shoeware and fashion accessory manufacturer, based until 1939 in Zlín, Czechoslovakia. The company was first expropriated by the German Nazis, later by the Czechoslovakian communists.

In the period until 1939, the company's commissions and the company's architects shaped the image of the city of Zlín, as well as many other cities all over the world. Distinctive shoe shops, most of which have survived to this day, were built in all the larger cities of Czechoslovakia and can be found today in Czechia and Slovakia.


Zlín, Czechia
Baťas high-rise (Baťův mrakodrap)

Bratislava, Slovakia
Baťa Bratislava

Prague (Praha), Czechia
Baťa Prague

Liberec, Czechia
Baťa Liberec

Olomouc, Czechia
Baťa Olomouc

Ústí nad Labem, Czechia
Baťa Ústí nad Labem

Brno, Czechia
Baťa Brno

Teplice, Czechia
Baťa Teplice

Zlín, Czechia
Tomáš Baťa Memorial (Památník Tomáše Bati)

Zlín, Czechia
Baťa Zlín

Turnov, Czechia
Baťa Turnov

Karlovy Vary, Czechia
Baťa Karlovy Vary

České Budějovice, Czechia
Baťa České Budějovice