It's about one-and-one-third times the number of Words in War and Peace.
In other words, 780,000 is 1.32814 times the count of Words in War and Peace, and the count of Words in War and Peace is 0.752933 times that amount.(1869) (1968 Ann Dunnigan translation, New American Library)
It's about three-tenths the number of ATMs in the World.
In other words, the count of ATMs in the World is 3 times 780,000.(2015 figures) (approximate)
There are approximately 3 million ATMs in the world, including sites in Antarctica, cruise ships, US Navy ships, and Tibet. ATM's typically hold between $20,000 and $100,000, depending on the size of the crowds where they're located.
It's about four times the number of Letters in the Longest English Word.
In other words, 780,000 is 4.10918 times the count of an Letters in the Longest English Word, and the count of an Letters in the Longest English Word is 0.243358 times that amount.
It's about nine-and-a-half times the number of Seats in Lambeau Field.
In other words, 780,000 is 9.6612 times the count of Seats in Lambeau Field, and the count of Seats in Lambeau Field is 0.10351 times that amount.(2014 figures) (a.k.a. City Stadium, a.k.a. New City Stadium, a.k.a. Titletown USA, a.k.a. The Frozen Tundra, a.k.a. The Shrine of Pro Football) (Green Bay, Wisconsin)
It's about fifteen-and-a-half times the number of Seats in New Yankee Stadium.
In other words, 780,000 is 15.511 times the count of Seats in New Yankee Stadium, and the count of Seats in New Yankee Stadium is 0.06447 times that amount.(2014 figures for 2009 Stadium; seating figures only) (a.k.a. Yankee Stadium, a.k.a. The Stadium, a.k.a. The House that George Built) (South Bronx, New York City, New York)
New Yankee Stadium has a seating capacity of 50,287. The Stadium was built between 2006 and 2009 out of 11,000 pieces of Indiana limestone.
It's about twenty times the number of Seats in The Colosseum.
In other words, the count of Seats in The Colosseum is 0.05 times 780,000.(a.k.a. The Coliseum, a.k.a. Flavian Amphitheatre, a.k.a. Amphitheatrum Flavium, a.k.a. Anfiteatro Flavio or Colosseo) (Rome) (estimated)
Built between 70 and 80 AD, The Colosseum was a central attraction of Rome, capable of seating 50,000 spectators for various events including plays, war reenactments, and gladiatorial matches. The structure was estimated to require 100,000 cu. m of stone to construct. It remains the largest amphitheater in the world.
It's about twenty times the number of Seats in Fenway Park.
In other words, 780,000 is 21.041 times the count of Seats in Fenway Park, and the count of Seats in Fenway Park is 0.047526 times that amount.(2013 figures; daytime capacity) (a.k.a. The Cathedral of Boston) (Boston, Massachusetts)
Fenway Park, the home of the Boston Red Sox baseball team, can accommodate 37,071 spectators when configured for daytime seating. Fenway Park holds the record for most consecutive sellout games, with a streak of 794 sellouts that ended in 2013. This figure is a dramatic turnaround from the attendance in 1965, which was at times as low as just 500 people.