Crossing the Ha'penny Bridge in Dublin, Ireland
No longer do you need a half-penny to cross this architectural gem. Named after the toll that crossing once incurred, Dublin's Ha'penny Bridge is now a cute cultural link between north and south. Spanning across the River Liffey, cross from either Wellington Quay or Bachelor's Walk and take in the expansive views it offers of this quirky capital. Mirrored in the waters below and standing tall with white lamp posts and arches, this was Ireland's first iron bridge, built in 1816. It's still a solid perch for those looking for a photo op and an interesting perspective of Dublin.