Noah's Ark has been found near Dogubayazit, Turkey (Talk.Origins)
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- Noah's ark has been found at the Durupinar site near Dogubayazit, Turkey. A symmetrical streamlined stone structure near there has the right dimensions, and interior structure and symmetrically arranged traces of metal are consistent with the ark. Also, anchor stones have been found near there.
- Fasold, David, 1988. The Ark of Noah, New York: Knightsbridge Publishing.
- Wyatt, R. E., 1989. Discovered - Noah's Ark. Nashville, TN: World Bible Society.
- Also, Wyatt, R. E., 1994. "Discovered - Noah's Ark: Video documentary of research and field work". Wyatt Archaeological Research, 713 Lambert Drive, Nashville, TN, 37220.
Creation Wiki has no disagreement with Talk Origins on this point; nor would most creationists. One fact not mentioned by Talk Origins is that the area has numerous boat shaped formations, and Durupinar proponents show no evidence that their site is unique.
- Reference: noahsarksearch.com - durupinar
- Reference: Amazing ‘Ark’ exposé by Andrew Snelling, Ph.D. Geologist
- Reference: Other Canoe/Boat Shapes
- Reference: Other Canoe/Boat Shapes with Outlines