Above, "The Structure Claimed to be the Noah’s Ark near the Mount Ararat in Turkey.jpg" by Mfikretyilmaz is licensed under CC BY 3.0
December 2021 – An unusual rock formation located in Turkey, 20 miles south of Mount Ararat near the Iranian border, has long been proposed as the ancient resting spot of Noah’s ark. Various expeditions to the site have failed to prove the validity of that proposition. But archaeologists associated with Turkey’s Noah’s Ark Project continue to study information gathered since 2019 using ground-penetrating radar (GPR) and electrical resistivity tomography (ERT) scans. They are especially interested in scans that depict a “boat formation” with the exact measurements of the ark given in the Bible – 150 meters or about 492 feet in length.
As a result of the scans, a consortium of scientists from Turkey and other nations has an extensive investigative plan for the next two years involving further scans, core drilling, and possible excavations.
noahsarkscans.com; christianpost.com, 9/28/21