It's about as big as Hawaii.
It's about one-and-one-tenth times as big as Massachusetts.
In other words, 2,831,111 hectares is 1.035663 times the size of Massachusetts, and the size of Massachusetts is 0.96556510 times that amount.(a.k.a. The Commonwealth of Massachusetts) (United States)
The "Bay State," Massachusetts measures 2,733,621 hectares. The peninsula of Cape Cod, which stretches into the Atlantic near from the southern tip of the state measures approximately 103,000 hectares.
It's about nine-tenths as big as Belgium.
In other words, 2,831,111 hectares is 0.927380 times the size of Belgium, and the size of Belgium is 1.0783 times that amount.(a.k.a. Kingdom of Belgium, a.k.a. Koninkrijk Belgi&, a.k.a. Royaume de Belgique, a.k.a. K&nigreich Belgien)
Belgium measures 3,052,800 hectares in total area. Contrary to their name, french fries were developed in Belgium (known at the time as the Southern Netherlands) in the late 17th century.
It's about one-and-one-tenth times as big as Lake Erie.
In other words, the size of Lake Erie is 0.9090 times 2,831,111 hectares.(a.k.a. Lac &ri&) (surface area)
The fourth largest of North America's Great Lakes and the thirteenth largest lake in the world (by surface area), Lake Erie has a total area of 2,570,000 hectares. It borders the cities of Cleveland, Ohio and Toledo, Ohio.
It's about nine-tenths as big as Maryland.
In other words, 2,831,111 hectares is 0.88105620 times the size of Maryland, and the size of Maryland is 1.1350010 times that amount.(United States)
The "Old Line State" or the "Free State," Maryland measures 3,213,315 hectares in total area. Nearly bisected by the Chesapeake Bay, 21% of Maryland's total area, or 674,793 hectares, is water.
It's about one-and-one-tenth times as big as Vermont.
It's about one-and-one-fifth times as big as New Hampshire.
In other words, 2,831,111 hectares is 1.16910 times the size of New Hampshire, and the size of New Hampshire is 0.8553590 times that amount.(United States)
The "Granite State," New Hampshire measures 2,421,620 hectares in total area. New Hampshire's western border with Vermont is marked by the Connecticut River — the longest river in New England with a length of 655 km (407 mi).