Have you ever wondered how the world's tallest man-made structures compare to the world's natural wonders?
The team at Citybase Apartments, a serviced apartments booking agent, was curious to know how the two match up.
So, they looked into it and gathered the answers in an infographic.
It details the world's tallest man-made wonders and puts them in direct comparison with the world's tallest natural wonders.
Three of these "tallest wonders" in the infographic are from the Middle East, two of which are man-made. The remaining one is a natural wonder.
The world's tallest building in Dubai has got nothing on Mt. Everest
We all know Dubai is home to the world's tallest building. The Burj Khalifa stands at 828 meters ... and is not only the world's tallest building, but is also the world's tallest structure and tallest free-standing structure.
But, have you ever thought how it compares to one of the world's tallest natural wonders ... say, Mt Everest?
Mt Everest sits at 8,848 meters high at its peak, which makes the Burj Khalifa seem quite tiny.
The world's tallest tomb (aka the Great Pyramids of Giza) pales in comparison to the world's tallest wave
Egypt's Great Pyramid of Giza is the oldest of the "Seven Wonders of the Ancient World" and if you didn't know, it is also the "tallest tomb", standing at 139 meters high.
Initially at 146 meters, the Great Pyramid was considered the tallest man-made structure for more than 3,800 years.
But, in the natural world ... how does it compare?
The world's tallest recorded wave stood at 30 meters high, during the Lituya Bay Mega-Tsunami (Alaska) in 1958.
But the region isn't all man-made ... the world's tallest man is actually Turkish!
Sultan Kösen, a Kurdish part-time farmer in Turkey rose to fame in 2009 after he was handed the Guinness World Record for the tallest living male.
He is 2.51 meters tall. His height hasn't been all positive news. Kösen was was unable to complete his education because of his height.
But, just for a bit of perspective, the world's tallest land vehicle stands at 95 meters. And it wasn't born out of a mother's womb.