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Possible Noah's Ark location
One of the many sites where people claim Noah Ark came to rest. The one, however, has the remains of a ship.
Iranian - Turkish border at Bazargan (8.32 mi / 13.39 km)
Mount Ararat (18.87 mi / 30.37 km)
Zvartnots International Airport (49.61 mi / 79.84 km)
Echmiadzin Cathedral (49.94 mi / 80.36 km)
City of Yerevan (52.25 mi / 84.09 km)
Ararat brandy factory (52.71 mi / 84.84 km)
St. Gregory the Illuminator Cathedral (52.72 mi / 84.84 km)
Blue Mosque (52.95 mi / 85.21 km)
Hrazdan Stadium (52.96 mi / 85.23 km)
Republic Square (53.02 mi / 85.33 km)
From: email@example.comThe oval shape left of center looks like a feature that is thought by some to be the remains of the ark under the ground.
Mon Sep 18 23:14:56 -0700 2006
From: pete592The feature that Qwerty points to is known as the Durupinar Site:
Tue Sep 19 06:11:02 -0700 2006
You can clearly see the formation to the left in the photo at the top of the page.