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Sirnak – Mount Cudi
Sirnak – Mount Cudi
Mount Cudi, surrounded by other mountains to the east and northeast and plains to the west and southwest has a unique place in history. It is the mountain on which Noah's Arc is believed to land. One of its peaks over 2000 meters is "Noah's Visit". (Some locals believe that Noah landed on Cudi mountain instead of Ararat). (Location: Sirnak)
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Sirnak – Mount Cudi
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