Do you think your non-Dutch readers understand why this gang is called the Key Town cruisers? Just asking :-)They're definitely not the Leidse Sleuteltjes.
@Frits BNo, I don't, but curious to know ... Could you help? ;) Thanks.L
Sleutelstad = keytown is Leiden's nickname, derived from the town's patron saint St. Peter (hence also the Pieterskerk). The keys are also shown as "key" element in the town's coat-of-arms, a blank shield with two crossed golden keys, and in the flag. Leiden's radio station and news site are called Radio Sleutelstad and sleutelstad.nl respectively. And the Leidse Sleuteltjes are a famous children's choir (founded in 1948, says Wikipedia).
I forgot: for those not familiar with the link between St. Peter and keys, according to Matth. 16:19 Peter holds the keys to the kingdom of heaven, which is why in popular terms he is the doorman upstairs. For Roman Catholics and Anglicans, that is.