a Tour Around Noah's Ark
We will begin
rear and go
and so on...
Computer graphics courtesy Mark Johnson www.arkfind.com
First, a view from visitors' center with rear or stern at left.
View of the rear of the ark demonstrating a symmetrical shape
with the sides splaying outward.
The left rear of the ark features vertical ribs, with one
complete, tall rib in left portion of this photo.
The mid-port, or left area of the ark features the hole that
was blown out by the 1960 expedition that was published in Life magazine.
It is in the left, upper portion.
Ark visitors checking out the port side dynamited hole.
photo of the hole.
The port inside area at left with front to our top right. We are
taking photo standing atop the center mound.
Left front area looking toward rear with Lesser Ararat in the background.
Front of the ark in foreground, looking toward the rear. Ararat and
Lesser Ararat in background. Notice again the symmetry of the shape.
To the left you see the limestone outcropping which impaled the ark and caused
it to lose its structural strength and thus create an irregular starboard side
at that point.
The right front looking toward rear, is mostly embedded in the ground with only the
top of the sides protruding.
A view of the right front looking toward the rear with
visitors' center at left.
Looking along right side, facing toward the front. Rock
outcropping is to our left which impaled the ark from the right thousands of
Local villager next to core drill Ron Wyatt performed which
yielded petrified antler, animal dropping, cat hair, human hair and fiber optic
all within a chamber inside the ark. Hole extends approx. five feet then
stops, as Ron plugged the hole. The rock outcropping is just to our right.
The western side of the ark is to our right,
with Lesser Ararat in the distance.
Continuing down the starboard or right side near the rear. The
limestone outcropping is out of the photo to our right. Notice the
vertical rib timbers in a regular man-made sequence.
The right rear side.
While on Noah's ark, we see this view of the Uzengili Village
which overlooks Noah's Ark
From the ark we can easily see the visitors' center.