Where is Noah’s Ark?
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Where is Noah’s Ark?

Genesis 11 implies that the Flood survivors set out westward from a camp not far to the east of the plain of Shinar in southern Iraq. A map shows that the camp must have been in the western part of the Zagros mountains.

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