Mount Ararat

Mount Ararat (tur. Ağrı Dağı; belt. Արարատ; pers. آرارات; Heb. אררט), the highest peak in modern Turkey, snow-covered dormant volcanic cone high 5.165 m, is located in the northeast of Turkey, 16 km west of Iran and 32 km south of Armenia. In the Book of Genesis identifies this mountain as the place where Noah’s Ark poslepotopa. Expedition scientists from Hong Kong and the Netherlands in 2014 fell to the platform structure to that of tradition says are the remains of Noah’s Ark


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