Largest pyramid
Quetzalcóatl Pyramid
3,300,000 cubic metre(s)
Mexico (Cholula de Rivadavia)

The largest pyramid, and the largest monument ever constructed, is the Quetzalcóatl Pyramid at Cholula de Rivadavia, 101 km (63 miles) south-east of Mexico City. It is 54 m (177 ft) tall, and its base covers an area of nearly 18.2 ha (45 acres). Its total volume has been estimated at 3.3 million m³ (166,538,400 ft³)compared with the current volume of 2.4 million m³ (84,755,200 ft³) for the Pyramid of Khufu or Cheops.