This is Alec Guiness, in front of the fictional Bridge over the River Kwai, in the 1957 film for which he won the Academy Award for Best Actor:
And this is the real Bridge over the River Kwai, as it looks today:
To accomodate the flocks of tourists, the bridge is built with side platforms, so that the tourists won’t get run over when a train comes:
It’s temptingly easy to enjoy beautiful view . . . but the nearby cemetary and museum is a strong and moving reminder that this bridge had its origin in large scale atrocities carried out in WWII.