At The Top 10 Curious Geographical Facts 9 months ago Prev Article Next Article FacebookTwitterredditPinterest Which is bigger? Central Park or Monaco? Find out here, along with 9 other curious geographical facts.. source FacebookTwitterredditPinterest Prev Article Next Article Related Posts 10 Weirdest Shoes Ever Made November 15, 2016 The Greatest Yet Worst Thief Of All Time January 15, 2016 5 Serial Killers Who Are Now Free January 14, 2016 10 Amazing Facts About The Human Body January 23, 2016 What Happens When You Die? September 30, 2016 10 Legendary Soldiers Of WWII January 15, 2016 16 Comments Stelianoo Neculii June 20, 2016 wtf man is hard to speak? EMC2 June 20, 2016 4 isn't correct because of Bir Tawil Nathan Paradis June 20, 2016 There's UN-claimed land that's not Antarctica! Logan Register June 20, 2016 Multiple factors here are wrong Abevia Perry June 20, 2016 Did you know that the word Canada is 50% A's? Jonathan Heywood Sparks June 20, 2016 Africa being 28% wilderness.. I live in South Africa , your figure is stupidly wrong, it actually makes no sense at all..more like 90% wilderness and 10% occupied land.. Where Did you Search your facts? macocious June 20, 2016 two facts were wrong nearly 3 million lakes are in Canada not two. Alex Chen June 20, 2016 I'm gonna be nitpicky here because this bothers me way too much. ITS CALLED THE NETHERLANDS! NOT HOLLAND M89 YA FOKIN GULF OF TONKIN TO ME Geoff June 20, 2016 Also there are languages spoken in NYC which are extinct in their homeland, so I've heard Alfie Wilson June 20, 2016 number 3 is not true because bir tawil and the croatia-serbian border Rylan Dawe June 20, 2016 Call Netherlands Holland = mass hysteriaCall simply one country in the Americas America = perfectly acceptable aryaman taparia June 20, 2016 Shit aryaman taparia June 20, 2016 Norway has more lakes than Canada.FALSE NEWS Luis Rodriguez June 20, 2016 i don't want to read. . .it hurts my. eyes Mr111Jman June 20, 2016 Number 4 is false, there's actually a little area south of Egypt that isn't owned by any country Cameron Kohlmann June 20, 2016 Antarctica is not the only unclaimed land in the world. There is some between Sudan and Egypt. The disputed border means that both countries claim a section of land, as well was neither country claiming a small, nearly uninhabited area of land. Neither country claims this because if they did, they would lose their claim to the other, much more inhabited place. Also, there is a River Danube has moved in position, causing double-claimed land between two countries (forgot which ones.) Also, this makes it so that neither country claims 4 separate sections of land. Their sizes are (I think) 0.1 sq. km, 0.2 sq. km, 0.4 sq. km, and 6 sq. km. Also, sections of Antarctica are technically claimed by around 9 countries, however these claims, though recognized, are 100% unenforceable, and so they are completely ignored.