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          Regardless of whether anyone finds and proves Noah’s Ark exists, the American South will have an Ark in Kentucky by 2014. Construction began in 2010 40 miles south of Cincinnati OH off I-75 in Grant County, Kentucky.

The exhibit is a living history museum under subsidiary ownership of Answers In Genesis, which operates the Creation Museum in the area. The construction is all-wood and sustainable, provided by Troyer Group and their LEED certified professionals. It will provide jobs for 900 individuals and boost the area economy.

Meanwhile, religious argument wage on about Noah’s Ark, the Red Sea, and the Ark of the Covenant. SEE —  

Archaeological Studies of Noah’s Ark – Why are People Fighting?

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