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# Double Take

All time
Double Take: The little-noticed laneway called Misery Hill in Dublin
Double Take: The fairy trees dotted with rags, beads and dodies
Double Take: The full-size, 50-feet-tall concrete replica of the Lourdes grotto in Dublin 8
Double Take: The drinking fountain for cows in Dublin 7
Double Take: The eerie swamp statue found in a little-known Wicklow park
Double Take: The creepy Waterford structure that was once Ireland's longest bridge
Double Take: The Dublin 7 church with a crypt full of mummies down below
Double Take: The mysterious African rhino that appeared overnight in a Dublin river
Double Take: The stone seat in the Phoenix Park that's actually an ancient tomb
Double Take: The bizarre 140ft-high monument towering over a park in Kildare
Double Take: The shipwreck on Inis Oirr that stars in Father Ted
Double Take: Have you walked down Murdering Lane in Dublin?
Double Take: The windowless landmark on Dublin's College Green
Double Take: The bronze statue of Charlie Chaplin standing alone in a Kerry village
Double Take: The kitchen chair and teddy bear sitting on top of a Wicklow mountain
Double Take: The Leeside house that inspired a world-famous mathematician
Double Take: The Bride St plaques featuring stories of life in Dublin 8
Double Take: The street in a Sligo town mysteriously named after Buenos Aires
Double Take: The bronze bust celebrating a 19th-century Bengali poet in Stephen's Green
Double Take: The striking Corporation flats designed by Herbert G Simms
Double Take: The plaque in Rathmines celebrating telescope maker Howard Grubb
Double Take: St Valentine's heart in a box in a Dublin church
Double Take: The gigantic 3D squirrel beside Tara Street station
Double Take: The fairy village tucked behind a West Cork café
Double Take: Spot the Rory Gallagher tribute outside this Donegal nursing home
Have you spotted the forgotten Penny Dreadful signage on this Dublin side street?
Double Take: The tribute to a failed Spanish general on Cork's Cornmarket St
Double Take: The larger-than-life honey bee on a Co Kerry street
DO NOT USE Double Take: The larger-than-life honey bee hidden away in Co Kerry
Double Take: What's with the burning building logo all over Dublin city centre?
Double Take: The Waterford town that's splitting the atom
Double Take: The VERY DARK CAVES sign from Father Ted
Double Take: The Irish Hollywood in the Wicklow Gap
Double Take: The gory Limerick mural with a nod to Hello Kitty
Have you heard about the hungry tree in Dublin 7?
Double Take: The technicolour rock at the centre of the Waterford-Kilkenny rivalry
The deadly Where's Me Jumper? tribute outside Bishop Lucey Park in Cork
Double Take: The estate in Coolock named after the 1969 moon landing
Double Take: The plaque commemorating Raymond Chandler's unlikely connection to Waterford
Double Take: The little-known Dublin plaque to an unsung hero of the Famine