Government confirms: This is Noah’s Ark
ON June 20, 1987, the Turkish Government established the new Noahs Ark National Park.
This followed a Government commission which confirmed the 10 years of research work on the site by an American, Ronald Wyatt and his colleagues.
The site was first brought to attention in the late 1950s after high altitude aerial survey photographs revealed a boat-shaped structure in the mountains of the Ararat region.
Although initially dismissed by some, Ron Wyatt (photo1) and others undertook extensive investigative work on the site for nearly a decade.
Employing such methods as subsurface interface radar scanning, metal detection surveys, core-drilling, etc., the results were spectacular. Buried at an altitude of 6,300 feet was the physical remains of a man-made structure, an enormous ship.
After examining the data collected on the site, Professor Dr. Ekrem Akurgal, considered by many to be 'The Dean of Turkish Archaeologists', stated "... it is a ship, an ancient ship... It must be preserved..."
results led to serious interest by Turkish scientists and
archaeologists, and ultimately a high-level Government commission
was convened to consider all the evidence gathered. The official
conclusion was the site did indeed contain the remains of the
legendary ark of Noah. As a result, a new National Park was
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