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possible location of biblical Noah's Ark
Possible Noah's Ark location (18.87 mi / 30.37 km)
Iranian - Turkish border at Bazargan (21.30 mi / 34.28 km)
Zvartnots International Airport (30.74 mi / 49.48 km)
Echmiadzin Cathedral (31.31 mi / 50.39 km)
City of Yerevan (33.52 mi / 53.95 km)
Ararat brandy factory (33.94 mi / 54.62 km)
St. Gregory the Illuminator Cathedral (34.00 mi / 54.71 km)
Hrazdan Stadium (34.17 mi / 55.00 km)
Blue Mosque (34.19 mi / 55.02 km)
Republic Square (34.28 mi / 55.17 km)
From: barbatusWell, Yerevan is indeed located close to the Mount Ararat (to the north), but not in Turkey, but in Armenia ... Turks wish (or Armenians wish, depending on point of view).
Thu Jul 21 20:05:25 -0700 2005
From: slix_88Mt Ararat realistically belongs to the Armenians and not the Turks. Turkey took over our land in the 1915 genocide (half of the territory they have now). Ararat is ARMENIAN. (doesn't belong to Turks).
Thu Jul 27 00:33:25 -0700 2006
From: tedderWikipedia lists the (current) location of Ararat as being in Turkey, so I'll leave it there.
Thu Jul 27 07:14:22 -0700 2006
From: ChronicZhenWikipedia is also an openly editable website, and is ridden with bullshit LOL
Tue Jul 24 05:23:52 -0700 2007
From: ChronicZhenbut im in no way arguing that its part of Armenia btw LOL just dont trust Wikipedia, go look at at map you this Mountain is in Turkey
Tue Jul 24 05:28:06 -0700 2007