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# Double Take

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Double Take: The 'tomb of the jealous man and woman' said to have healing powers
Double Take: The easy-to-miss cemetery in Dublin city with a spelling mistake at the entrance
Double Take: The mystery of the billiard-playing monkeys at the National Library of Ireland
Double Take: The Dublin city car park where the world's first mini spirit bottle was born
Double Take: The Cork theatre that once housed a one-of-a-kind sculpture collection
Double Take: The site of the Harold's Cross house where Robert Emmet hid before his execution
Double Take: The surprising site of the first Irish cinema that was set up by James Joyce
Double Take: The 'smallest cemetery in Ireland' that's in one of Dublin's most popular spots
Double Take: The easy-to-miss 'pavement lights' that once had a very important function
Double Take: The fairy bush in Co Clare that moved a motorway
Double Take: The humble Dublin house that was home to one of Ireland's greatest writers
Double Take: The handmade stone sign in Donegal that helped WWII pilots find their way
Double Take: The 1920s Irish telephone box that has stood the test of time
Double Take: The 65ft-long whale skeleton on display in a West Cork park
Double Take: The oddly-named Dalkey road that was once a very unusual railway
Double Take: The underground car park that was Ireland’s first theatre
Double Take: The Dublin allotment that was once the Guinness family's vegetable garden
Double Take: The Dublin square that was once one of the city's most crowded graveyards
Double Take: The one-of-a-kind signpost on a tiny Cork island
Double Take: The Dublin church with 800-year-old links to an ancient pilgrimage
Double Take: This beloved Dublin diner sign was destined for the skip - but it's getting a second chance
Double Take: The redundant Dublin plaques that once held a very important role
Double Take: The easy-to-miss plaques that tell a famous Irish tale
Double Take: The uninhabited Mayo island once owned by John Lennon
Double Take: The blindfolded Dublin statues with a bloody backstory
Double Take: The modest plaque dedicated to 'Ireland's answer to Mozart'
Double Take: The golden angel in Cork whose trumpets were stolen
Double Take: The dying Dublin tree that's been transformed into a work of art
Double Take: The Dublin cemetery built in the year 5618
Double Take: The humble Galway house that played a part in Irish literary history
Double Take: The 141-year-old Dublin bridge that played a part in the 1916 Rising
Double Take: The 70ft statue in Dublin Bay that took 22 years to complete
Double Take: The 'Joker's Chair' in the heart of Dublin - and where it got its name
Double Take: The plaque asking people to 'kick the wall' on Salthill prom
Double Take: The bronze boy flying a paper plane in Dublin 6
Double Take: The hidden Dublin graveyard that's more than 1,000 years old
Double Take: The vibrant new mural celebrating Waterford's Viking heritage
Double Take: The bench in St Stephen's Green celebrating a little-known married couple