VIDEO: Relive an historic day captured on camera

Saturday's result in the marriage equality referendum marked a huge step forward in Irish society, making us the only country in the world to legalise same-sex marriage by way of popular vote.

Now you get the chance to relive all of the big events of the day with our video catalogue of the proceedings from Dublin Castle and around the country.

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Leo Varadkar at the counting in Dublin Castle

Reactions at Dublin Castle during and after the counting of the tallys

A live walk through of Dublin Castle

David Norris meets former Labour leader Eamonn Gilmore

Celebrations of the Yes victory continues at the George Bar in Dublin

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Ireland says Yes to marriage equality

Celebrations erupt throughout the capital following the results of the referendum

Roscommon/South Letrim are the only constituency in which the referendum was defeated

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