Mount Ararat

Ararat is a mountain in the extreme east of Turkey in Agri province and is the highest peak in Turkey. Its elevation is approximately 4000m, and it has an iconic view. It has been believed that Mount Ararat is the place where Noah's Ark landed after the Great Flood, according to Judaism and Christianity, plus the Qur'an mentions the same fact. Some photographs have been taken and research has been done, but there is no valid evidence about it.