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Typical dutch koek en sopie stall along the frozen Keizersgracht in Amsterdam to sell skaters cakes (koek) and dram (sopie) against the background of the Westerkerk, built in 1620-1631. The spire, called the Westertoren (western tower), is the highest church tower in Amsterdam and the crown topping the spire is the Imperial Crown of Austria of Maximilian I.