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It's about three-and-a-half times as big as The US Virgin Islands.
In other words, 48,600,000 square perches is 3.550 times the size of The US Virgin Islands, and the size of The US Virgin Islands is 0.2820 times that amount.
(a.k.a. United States Virgin Islands, a.k.a. Virgin Islands of the United States) (United States) (total land area)
The US Virgin Islands are an insular area of the United States consisting of the Caribbean islands of Saint Croix, Saint John, Saint Thomas, Water Island, and others, which measure 13,700,000 square perches in total land area. The islands are known as popular tourist destinations and as the location of several petroleum refineries.
It's about one-fourth as big as Fort Bliss.
In other words, 48,600,000 square perches is 0.2710 times the size of Fort Bliss, and the size of Fort Bliss is 3.690 times that amount.
(near Las Cruces, New Mexico and El Paso, Texas)
Fort Bliss is the United States Army's second-largest installation with a total area of 179,000,000 square perches. It is known as the largest TRADOC (Training and Doctrine Command) site, the Army's largest maneuver area, and the country's largest contiguous tract of open airspace.
It's about one-fourth as big as Grand Canyon National Park.
In other words, 48,600,000 square perches is 0.2493073690 times the size of Grand Canyon National Park, and the size of Grand Canyon National Park is 4.01111288 times that amount.
(Coconino County and Mohave Counties, Arizona, near Fredonia and Grand Canyon, Arizona)
Containing the 446 km (277 mi) Grand Canyon gorge, Grand Canyon National Park covers 194,940,052 square perches.
It's about one-fourth as big as Anchorage.
In other words, 48,600,000 square perches is 0.24195950 times the size of Anchorage, and the size of Anchorage is 4.1329230 times that amount.
(formally the Municipality of Anchorage, a.k.a. MOA) (Alaska)
The fourth-largest city in Alaska and in the country, Anchorage measures 200,860,000 square perches in total area. The city is the home of a large energy industry, a hub for air and overseas cargo traffic, and home to nearly half of Alaska's population.
It's about one-fifth as big as Prince Edward Island.
In other words, 48,600,000 square perches is 0.2162650 times the size of Prince Edward Island, and the size of Prince Edward Island is 4.623960 times that amount.
(a.k.a. PEI, a.k.a. P.E.I., a.k.a. Île-du-Prince-Édouard, a.k.a. Eilean a' Phrionnsa, a.k.a. Garden of the Gulf, a.k.a. Birthplace of the Confederation, a.k.a. Île Saint-Jean)
Prince Edward Island, located off Canada's eastern coast in the Gulf of St. Lawrence, measures 224,724,000 square perches in total area. Significant among Prince Edward Island's industries is agriculture, with the island producing 1.3 billion kg (1.4 million tons) of potatoes each year — almost 21% the output of the US state of Idaho with 3% as much land.
It's about four-and-a-half times as big as Honolulu.
In other words, 48,600,000 square perches is 4.644660 times the size of Honolulu, and the size of Honolulu is 0.2153010 times that amount.
(Hawaii)
The capital and most-populated city in Hawaii, Honolulu measures 10,463,600 square perches in total area. The city is known as the home of numerous tourist attractions, including the 'Iolani Palace — the only palace to have been occupied by a monarch in the United States — and the USS Arizona Memorial, which commemorates the victims of the attack on Pearl Harbor in December, 1941.
It's about one-fifth as big as Delaware.
In other words, 48,600,000 square perches is 0.190662071611360 times the size of Delaware, and the size of Delaware is 5.24488164609040 times that amount.
(United States)
The "First State," Delaware measures 254,901,259.7260 square perches in total area. Its 19.3 km (12 mi) border with Pennsylvania, referred to as "Twelve-Mile Circle" is the only circular state boundary in the United States.