In the Dogubayazet province of the Agra province of Western Armenia, according to legend, geophysical measurements were carried out at the location of Noah’s Ark.
In 1959, in the General Directorate of Cartography, working on aerial images, the territory where the remains of Noah’s Ark are supposedly located was outlined near the village of Telcheker on Mount Ararat. Every year, during the period of frequent visits by local and foreign tourists, studies were conducted to clarify the size of landslides, their impact on the “footprint” of the ark and the remains of the ark.
In this context, geophysical measurements and studies were carried out by a team of 5 geophysical engineers, 1 computer operator and 10 people from different specialists. The field work is completed. The results of the study will be submitted to the regional administration.