Has Noah's Ark Been Found in the Mountains of Turkey?

Posted on Jul 20, 2016

Mount Ararat in Turkey is commonly linked to Noah's Ark in biblical texts and is often mentioned in historical documents.

Recently, an American explorer may have proven that an archaeological site found deep within the volcanic mountain is the actual location of Noah's Ark. The explorer claims that he and his team have located the remains and debris of the ark. Take a look at what they found.

A Strange Aerial Photograph

A Strange Aerial Photograph
Photo: viewzone.com
The military took aerial photographs in the 1960s to have a detailed map of its terrain, and one captain, named Llhan Durupinar, noticed a strange shape on the slopes of Mount Ararat in 1965 on one of the aerial photographs. The shape seemed like it didn't belong there.
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