Where Did Noah Build the Ark?


Noah's Ark was a boat built by Noah to save his family and animals from a Great Flood. It is not clearly stated as to where he built the ark, but it was built just to float - it had no sails, oars, propellers or rudder. Noah's ark symbolised God's judgment on sin and His promise of salvation and provision for His people.
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He was in the land of Babylon, Or Iraq which it is called
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Noah built the ark right before the flood that took more than 300 days. He built it at God?s command to save himself, his family and the world?s animals from a worldwide deluge. If Noah was 480 years old when God told him to build the ark and 600 years old when the flood came, it is reasonable to assume that the construction of the ark took 120 years. It is not clear when exactly the construction took place.
Noah, together with his sons built a great ark and as ordered by God, marched inside in two by two. God wanted Noah to build the ark since he was the only good man left in the corrupted world and in the process save him from the flood he had to cause. The ark acted as a refuge until the waters retreated leaving Noah and his family and animals on Mount Ararat.
Noah, being a righteous man in God's eyes was told to make an ark to house his family and 2 of every animal as he was to destroy the world in a great flood. The Bible says that the ark was built in or around the slopes of Mt. Ararat in Turkey.
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