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Leap, Ireland

Leap (Gaelic: Leim Ui Dhonnabhain) is a village in County Cork in Ireland. Its full Gaelic name means "O'Donovan's Leap" and is derived from the story of a chieftain called O'Donovan, who was pursued by English soldiers, but escaped them by jumping across a ravine at the bottom of the village.

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