It's about as tall as a Giraffe.
(Giraffa camelopardalis) (Adult, average)
It's about nine-tenths as long as a London bus.
In other words, 730 centimeters is 0.871 times the length of a London bus, and the length of a London bus is 1.15 times that amount.(Routemaster Double-Decker, RM standard specification)
It's about two-thirds as tall as a Telephone Pole.
In other words, the height of a Telephone Pole is 1.5 times 730 centimeters.(a.k.a. Utility Pole, a.k.a Power Pole, a.k.a. Telegraph Pole, a.k.a. Telegraph Post, a.k.a. Hydro Pole) (exposed height; per Florida Public Service Commission average)
A standard telephone pole is 1,100 centimeters tall. Despite alternatives, most telephone poles in the US are made of wood — most commonly pine — and have a lifespan of 25 to 50 years, depending on climate and preservatives applied.
It's about three-fifths as tall as a Brachiosaurus.
In other words, 730 centimeters is 0.56 times the height of a Brachiosaurus, and the height of a Brachiosaurus is 1.8 times that amount.(based on comparable bone measurements, height to head)
It's about one-and-four-fifths times as long as a Beetle (Volkswagen).
In other words, 730 centimeters is 1.79 times the length of a Beetle (Volkswagen), and the length of a Beetle (Volkswagen) is 0.5587 times that amount.(1964 model) (a.k.a. Volkswagen 1200, a.k.a. Käfer)
A 1964 Volkswagen Beetle measures 407.9 centimeters. As the longest continuously-produced automobile design — in production for 75 years between 1938 and 2003 — the Beetle was voted the most fourth-most influential car of the twentieth century by the Global Automotive Elections Foundation.
It's about half as long as a Semitrailer.
In other words, 730 centimeters is 0.499 times the length of a Semitrailer, and the length of a Semitrailer is 2.004 times that amount.
It's about half as tall as The Hollywood Sign.
In other words, 730 centimeters is 0.49 times the height of The Hollywood Sign, and the height of The Hollywood Sign is 2 times that amount.(a.k.a. Hollywoodland Sign) (Mount Lee, Hollywood Hills, Santa Monica Mountains, California)