Tomb of Noah

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In all there are at least five locations in different countries that are claimed to be the Tomb of Noah. [1]

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Tomb of Noah, Nakhichevan, exclave of Azerbaijan west of Armenia and east of Turkey.
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Imam Ali Mosque, Najaf, Iraq
Tomb of Noah, al-Karak, Jordan
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Karak Nuh, Lebanon
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Tomb of Noah located inside the courtyard of Nebi Nuh Mosque, Cizre, Turkey

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  1. "Tomb of Noah". Madain Project. Archived from the original on 14 April 2020. Retrieved 14 April 2020.