It's about nine-tenths as long as Baseball base distances.
In other words, 25 meters is 0.91134 times the length of Baseball base distances, and the length of Baseball base distances is 1.0973 times that amount.(MLB Official Baseball Rules specification)
According to MLB Official Baseball Rules, the distance between baseball diamond bases is 27.432 m. While second and home base are located upon the corners of the 27.432 sq. m area created by the bases, first and third base are placed within that square, to better allow the umpires to judge whether a ball is fair or foul.
It's about one-and-one-fourth times as long as a Cricket pitch.
In other words, 25 meters is 1.24274 times the length of a Cricket pitch, and the length of a Cricket pitch is 0.804674 times that amount.(per Marylebone Cricket Council / International Cricket Council Law #7)
It's about one-and-three-tenths times as long as a Bowling Lane.
In other words, 25 meters is 1.3051 times the length of a Bowling Lane, and the length of a Bowling Lane is 0.76622 times that amount.(USBC specifications; tenpin; including pin deck)
It's about one-and-seven-tenths times as tall as The Hollywood Sign.
In other words, the height of The Hollywood Sign is 0.59 times 25 meters.(a.k.a. Hollywoodland Sign) (Mount Lee, Hollywood Hills, Santa Monica Mountains, California)
Each of the white letters in the Hollywood Sign measures 15 m tall. Built as an advertisement in 1923, the sign was intended to stand for only eighteen months.
It's about one-and-seven-tenths times as long as a Semitrailer.
In other words, 25 meters is 1.709 times the length of a Semitrailer, and the length of a Semitrailer is 0.5851 times that amount.
It's about half as tall as The Chicago Water Tower.
In other words, 25 meters is 0.533 times the height of The Chicago Water Tower, and the height of The Chicago Water Tower is 1.88 times that amount.(Chicago, Illinois)
It's about one-and-nine-tenths times as tall as a Brachiosaurus.
In other words, the height of a Brachiosaurus is 0.53 times 25 meters.(based on comparable bone measurements, height to head)
Dinosaurs in the genus Brachiosaurus had an estimated height (at the head with neck fully extended) of up to 13 m. A resin cast of the first Brachiosaurus specimen, owned by the Field Museum in Chicago, is currently on display at the O'Hare International Airport.