Tomb of Prophet Noah in Cizre

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The tomb of Noah (Turkish: Hz. Nuh Turbesi or Nuh Peygamberin Kabri) is situated on the eastern flank of the Nebi Nuh Mosque and is one of the several locations claimed to be the Tomb of Noah. The grave within the tomb is most probably just a cenotaph, not an actual grave, as the location where Noah was interred is not verified.

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circa 10 BCE

The mausoleum of Noah located inside the courtyard of Nebi Nuh Mosque.


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