Number of Completed buildings designed by Frank Lloyd Wright

Number of Completed buildings designed by Frank Lloyd Wright (532 )

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Number of Completed buildings designed by Frank Lloyd Wright (532 )

  • is 1/200 of Number of seats in the Michigan Stadium (American football stadium) (107,600 )...more
  • is 1/200 of Pop. of Virgin Islands (107,000)...more
  • is 1/200 of Pop. of Tonga (106,400)...more
  • is 1/100 of Pop. of Turks and Caicos Islands (53,700)...more
  • is 1/100 of Pop. of Saint Kitts and Nevis (53,100)...more
  • is 1/50 of Estimated world population of Mountain Zebra (26,500 individuals)...more
  • is 1/40 of Pop. of Palau (21,520)...more
  • is 1/40 of Number of Estimated deaths in Pakistan from Covid-19 to 1 June 2021 (20,900 )...more
  • is 1/25 of Number of airports in the United States (13,500 )...more
  • is 1/10 of Pop. of Montserrat (5,320)...more
  • is 1/10 of Number of seats in the Royal Albert Hall (5,270 )...more
  • is 1/5 of Number of seats in Royal Festival Hall (2,700 )...more
  • is 1/5 of Number of seats in the concert hall in the Sydney Opera House (2,679 )...more
  • is 1/4 of Number of Estimated deaths in Nigeria from Covid-19 to 1 June 2021 (2,099 )...more
  • is 2/5 of Number of possible starting hands in Hold'em poker (1,326 )...more
  • is 1/2 of Number of passengers on an Underground train on London's Central Line (1,047 )...more
  • is about as big as Number of passengers on an Airbus A380 airliner (typical configuration) (525 )...more
  • is about as big as Number of passengers on a Boeing 747-400 airliner (maximum capacity) (524 )...more
  • is 4 x Number of skyscrapers in Shanghai (>150m tall) (135 )...more
  • is 4 x Number of airports in Cuba (133 )...more
  • is 10 x Pop. of Pitcairn Islands (54)...more

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