Dutchman Johan Huibers has at last finished his 20-year quest to build a full-scale, functioning model of Noah's Ark — an undertaking of biblical proportions.
In the Biblical story, God orders Noah to build a boat big enough to save animals and Noah's family while Earth is covered in an enormous flood.
Huibers says he realised a 20-year dream to educate people about history and faith. The new tourist attraction has been granted permission to receive up to 3000 visitors a day.
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