|Miramichi Fire||October 1825||3 million|
|The Great Fire||1845||1.5 million|
|The Silverton Fire||1865||1 million|
|The Peshtigo Fire||October 8, 1871||1.2 million|
What was the largest wildfire in the world?
Largest fires of the 21st-century
|Rank||Name||Area burned (km2)|
|1||2003 Russian wildfires||200,000|
|2||2019-2020 Australian bushfire season||180,000|
|3||2019 Siberia wildfires||43,000|
|4||2014 Northwest Territories fires||34,000|
What are the most famous fires?
1988 – Yellowstone fires of 1988 largest, most expensive wildfire in the history of the National Park Service, at the world’s first national park. 1991 – Oakland firestorm of 1991, Oakland, California, U.S., killed 25 people and injured 150 others.
What is the largest wildfire in American history?
California’s Dixie Fire is now the largest wildfire in the U.S. and third-largest in state history. The Dixie Fire in California is now the largest wildfire in the U.S., growing to 432,813 acres overnight. As of Friday morning, the flame was 35% contained and officials said heavy winds have made it difficult to control …
Which country has the most wildfires?
In Turkey, the most severe fires on record have burned through more than 11,000 hectares of forest, killing eight people, most of them in the southern town of Manavgat.