What is the largest sinkhole in recorded history?



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    The largest natural sinkhole in the world is the Qattara west of Cairo, Egypt.  It is 80km by 120km.  It has a drop of about 1000 feet.  It is 100% natural.  Scientists are trying to harness the Qattara for energy.

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    The world’s largest sinkhole is next to the Nile River, the Qattara Depression in the Qattara area of Egypt extending about 185 miles with a drop of about 1,000 feet or 133 meters.

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