Land Area of Ethiopia

Land Area of Ethiopia (7,730 km^2)

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If Land Area of Ethiopia (7,730 km^2) was a standard unit ...

  • Land Area of India (314,100 km^2)...more would be 40 x Land Area of Ethiopia
  • Land used for agriculture in United States (2011) (305,200 km^2)...more would be 40 x Land Area of Ethiopia
  • Forest in Canada (2011) (303,900 km^2)...more would be 40 x Land Area of Ethiopia
  • Land used for agriculture in India (2011) (190,000 km^2)...more would be 25 x Land Area of Ethiopia
  • Land Area of Brazil (157,600 km^2)...more would be 20 x Land Area of Ethiopia
  • Other land in United States (2011) (152,300 km^2)...more would be 20 x Land Area of Ethiopia
  • Land used for agriculture in Uganda (2011) (31,280 km^2)...more would be 4 x Land Area of Ethiopia
  • Land used for agriculture in Australia (2016) (31,170 km^2)...more would be 4 x Land Area of Ethiopia
  • Land Area of Norway (19,520 km^2)...more would be 2.5 x Land Area of Ethiopia
  • Land used for agriculture in Kazakhstan (2011) (19,500 km^2)...more would be 2.5 x Land Area of Ethiopia
  • Forest in Venezuela (2011) (15,630 km^2)...more would be 2 x Land Area of Ethiopia
  • Other land in Argentina (2016) (15,470 km^2)...more would be 2 x Land Area of Ethiopia
  • Land Area of Bolivia (15,280 km^2)...more would be 2 x Land Area of Ethiopia
  • Land Area of Suriname (7,820 km^2)...more would be about as big as Land Area of Ethiopia
  • Land used for agriculture in Mongolia (2011) (7,710 km^2)...more would be about as big as Land Area of Ethiopia
  • Land used for arable in Mongolia (2011) (7,670 km^2)...more would be about as big as Land Area of Ethiopia
  • Land used for permanent crops in Mongolia (2011) (7,670 km^2)...more would be about as big as Land Area of Ethiopia
  • Land used for permanent pasture in Mongolia (2011) (7,670 km^2)...more would be about as big as Land Area of Ethiopia
  • Land Area of Netherlands (7,650 km^2)...more would be about as big as Land Area of Ethiopia
  • Land used for agriculture in Ghana (2011) (7,600 km^2)...more would be about as big as Land Area of Ethiopia
  • Land used for arable in Kyrgyzstan (2011) (3,940 km^2)...more would be 1/2 of Land Area of Ethiopia
  • Land used for permanent crops in Kyrgyzstan (2011) (3,940 km^2)...more would be 1/2 of Land Area of Ethiopia
  • Land used for permanent pasture in Kyrgyzstan (2011) (3,940 km^2)...more would be 1/2 of Land Area of Ethiopia
  • Land Area of Zimbabwe (3,910 km^2)...more would be 1/2 of Land Area of Ethiopia
  • Land used for agriculture in Madagascar (2011) (3,910 km^2)...more would be 1/2 of Land Area of Ethiopia
  • Land Area of Nepal (3,830 km^2)...more would be 1/2 of Land Area of Ethiopia
  • Land used for arable in Liberia (2011) (3,130 km^2)...more would be 2/5 of Land Area of Ethiopia
  • Land used for permanent crops in Liberia (2011) (3,130 km^2)...more would be 2/5 of Land Area of Ethiopia
  • Land used for permanent pasture in Liberia (2011) (3,130 km^2)...more would be 2/5 of Land Area of Ethiopia
  • Other land in Somalia (2011) (1,970 km^2)...more would be 1/4 of Land Area of Ethiopia
  • Land used for agriculture in Senegal (2011) (1,960 km^2)...more would be 1/4 of Land Area of Ethiopia
  • Land used for agriculture in Gabon (2011) (1,900 km^2)...more would be 1/4 of Land Area of Ethiopia
  • Land Area of Virgin Islands (1,564 km^2)...more would be 1/5 of Land Area of Ethiopia
  • Land Area of Syria (1,550 km^2)...more would be 1/5 of Land Area of Ethiopia
  • Land used for arable in Ethiopia (2011) (1,550 km^2)...more would be 1/5 of Land Area of Ethiopia
  • Land used for permanent crops in Ethiopia (2011) (1,550 km^2)...more would be 1/5 of Land Area of Ethiopia
  • Land used for permanent pasture in Ethiopia (2011) (1,550 km^2)...more would be 1/5 of Land Area of Ethiopia
  • Other land in Italy (2011) (1,550 km^2)...more would be 1/5 of Land Area of Ethiopia
  • Land Area of Armenia (1,540 km^2)...more would be 1/5 of Land Area of Ethiopia
  • Forest in Zimbabwe (2011) (1,540 km^2)...more would be 1/5 of Land Area of Ethiopia
  • Land used for agriculture in Guyana (2011) (1,520 km^2)...more would be 1/5 of Land Area of Ethiopia
  • Land used for arable in United Kingdom (2011) (770 km^2)...more would be 1/10 of Land Area of Ethiopia
  • Land used for permanent crops in United Kingdom (2011) (770 km^2)...more would be 1/10 of Land Area of Ethiopia
  • Land used for permanent pasture in United Kingdom (2011) (770 km^2)...more would be 1/10 of Land Area of Ethiopia
  • Forest in Hungary (2011) (770 km^2)...more would be 1/10 of Land Area of Ethiopia
  • Land used for arable in Peru (2011) (760 km^2)...more would be 1/10 of Land Area of Ethiopia
  • Land used for permanent crops in Peru (2011) (760 km^2)...more would be 1/10 of Land Area of Ethiopia
  • Land used for permanent pasture in Peru (2011) (760 km^2)...more would be 1/10 of Land Area of Ethiopia
  • Other land in Iraq (2011) (760 km^2)...more would be 1/10 of Land Area of Ethiopia
  • Other land in Albania (2016) (390 km^2)...more would be 1/20 of Land Area of Ethiopia
  • Other land in Bulgaria (2011) (390 km^2)...more would be 1/20 of Land Area of Ethiopia
  • Other land in Latvia (2011) (390 km^2)...more would be 1/20 of Land Area of Ethiopia
  • Other land in Senegal (2011) (390 km^2)...more would be 1/20 of Land Area of Ethiopia
  • Land used for arable in Cambodia (2011) (380 km^2)...more would be 1/20 of Land Area of Ethiopia
  • Land used for permanent crops in Cambodia (2011) (380 km^2)...more would be 1/20 of Land Area of Ethiopia
  • Land used for permanent pasture in Cambodia (2011) (380 km^2)...more would be 1/20 of Land Area of Ethiopia
  • Forest in Albania (2016) (380 km^2)...more would be 1/20 of Land Area of Ethiopia
  • Other land in Suriname (2011) (380 km^2)...more would be 1/20 of Land Area of Ethiopia
  • Other land in Switzerland (2011) (380 km^2)...more would be 1/20 of Land Area of Ethiopia
  • Land used for arable in Guatemala (2011) (310 km^2)...more would be 1/25 of Land Area of Ethiopia
  • Land used for permanent crops in Guatemala (2011) (310 km^2)...more would be 1/25 of Land Area of Ethiopia
  • Land used for permanent pasture in Guatemala (2011) (310 km^2)...more would be 1/25 of Land Area of Ethiopia
  • Other land in Israel (2011) (304 km^2)...more would be 1/25 of Land Area of Ethiopia
  • Other land in Niger (2011) (191.7 km^2)...more would be 1/40 of Land Area of Ethiopia
  • Land Area of Haiti (190 km^2)...more would be 1/40 of Land Area of Ethiopia
  • Other land in Solomon Islands (2011) (156.5 km^2)...more would be 1/50 of Land Area of Ethiopia
  • Other land in Denmark (2011) (156.4 km^2)...more would be 1/50 of Land Area of Ethiopia
  • Forest in Burkina Faso (2016) (77.2 km^2)...more would be 1/100 of Land Area of Ethiopia
  • Other land in Montenegro (2011) (77 km^2)...more would be 1/100 of Land Area of Ethiopia
  • Forest in Slovenia (2011) (76 km^2)...more would be 1/100 of Land Area of Ethiopia
  • Land used for arable in Croatia (2011) (38.4 km^2)...more would be 1/200 of Land Area of Ethiopia
  • Land used for permanent crops in Croatia (2011) (38.4 km^2)...more would be 1/200 of Land Area of Ethiopia
  • Land used for permanent pasture in Croatia (2011) (38.4 km^2)...more would be 1/200 of Land Area of Ethiopia
  • Land used for arable in Honduras (2011) (31.4 km^2)...more would be 1/250 of Land Area of Ethiopia
  • Land used for permanent crops in Honduras (2011) (31.4 km^2)...more would be 1/250 of Land Area of Ethiopia
  • Land used for permanent pasture in Honduras (2011) (31.4 km^2)...more would be 1/250 of Land Area of Ethiopia
  • Forest in Israel (2011) (31.24 km^2)...more would be 1/250 of Land Area of Ethiopia
  • Land used for agriculture in New Caledonia (2011) (31.2 km^2)...more would be 1/250 of Land Area of Ethiopia
  • Forest in Saint Lucia (2011) (7.7 km^2)...more would be 1/1000 of Land Area of Ethiopia
  • Other land in Mauritius (2011) (3.89 km^2)...more would be 1/2000 of Land Area of Ethiopia

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