Yesterday, GlobalPost's Meanwhile, in Syria blog mentioned the opening of a new camp for Syrian refugees, built to relieve pressure on the Zaatari camp, which is now the fourth-largest city in Jordan. The Azraq camp is at points 9 miles across and is 5.7 square miles in area.
Erecting a refugee camp of this size involves, essentially, building a mini city in the middle of the Jordanian desert. The camp requires a hospital, food sources, and access points and emergency exits through nearby roads. Here are some photos of Azraq's opening yesterday to give you a sense of the scale.