The moon has 14.6 million mi². The earth, meanwhile, is 70.8% covered with water. What sticks out of the water covers 57.5 million mi². This means there’s only 3.9 times more land on Earth than on the moon. The moon takes up more than 1/3 of the landmass of Earth above water!
Put that in your pipe and smoke it!
No country in the world is as big as the landmass on the moon.
The closest you might come is the biggest country: Russia, with 6.6 million mi², less than half the area of the moon.
Here’s what the landmass of Earth might look like if we stuck it all together.