Biggest Landmarks Of The World

Guess the biggest of every topic in the world.
Quiz by Quizzer6794
Last updated: April 10, 2015
First submittedApril 6, 2015
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Size (metric)
Size (customary)
City (by area)
1,214 (km)
469 (mi)
New York City
Continent (by area)
44.6 million (km)
17.2 million (mi)
Country (by area)
17.1 million (km)
6.6 million (mi)
Russian Federation
9.4 million (km)
3.6 million (mi)
Sahara Desert
Island (by area)
7.7 million (km)
3 million (mi)
Lake (freshwater)
82,103 (km)
31,700 (mi)
Lake Superior
8,848 (m)
29,029 (ft)
Mt. Everest
165.2 million (km)
63.8 million (mi)
Pacific Ocean
6,853 (km)
4,258 (mi)
Nile River
3.8 million (km)
1.5 million (mi)
Arabian Sea
U.S. State (by area)
1.7 million (km)
663,300 (mi)
Level 74
Apr 6, 2015
Seems to me Australia is a continent, not an island.
Level 64
Apr 6, 2015
Australia (the country) is completely surrounded by water, so it is an island. Australia, according to, Australia is an island and a country.
Level 73
Apr 7, 2015
Australia is a continent. Both Americas are also surrounded by sea and oceans... So those are also island? And yeah Africa and Euro-Asia are also surrounded by ocean waters.. so is Antarctica.
Level 64
Apr 7, 2015
Due to Australia's size, it qualifies for a island, country, and continent made up of multiple countries.
Level 65
Apr 10, 2015
The Caspian Sea is the world's largest lake and is more than 4x bigger in area than Lake Superior, which is the world's largest freshwater lake. Maybe consider adding that as a qualification?
Level 64
Apr 13, 2015
It is a sea, not a lake.
Level 64
Apr 13, 2015
Area of Australia: 2.97 million sq miles (7.692 million km²) ................

Area of Greenland: 836,300 sq miles (2.166 million km²)---------------------------

No one should be saying Greenland is a larger island than Australia. Look at the facts!