Last Saturday we had a summerly autumn day with a bright blue sky. The tower of the Westerchurch in Amsterdam was seen above the houses in all its beauty. It is the highest church tower in Amsterdam (87 meters). The top with the imperial crown dates from 1637 and includes bells and a carillon. The hull of the tower is made of brick, the superstructure is made up of three, decreasing in size floors. The first part is of sandstone, the two upper parts are made of wood, covered with painted lead.
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