- 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.