How Big is South Dakota?
If you have ever taken a trip from Sioux Falls to Rapid City you know for a fact that the almost 5 hour drive is a long drive. South Dakota is a big state, in fact, the 17th largest with a total land mass of 77,115 square miles.
SelfStorage.com designed their own infographics showing just how many countries could actually fit within the state of South Dakota and the number of countries is outrageous.
The land mass of South Dakota would fit such countries as Senegal, Syria, Cambodia, Uruguay, Suriname, Tunisia, Bangladesh, The Netherlands, Luxembourg, Slovakia, Belgium, Switzerland, North Korea, South Korea, Portugal, Hungary, Austria, Czech Republic, Ireland, and Iceland.
And get this, if South Dakota were a country, it would be the 86th largest country in the world!
Take a look at the map at SelfStorage.com.