Albania, a land of rugged mountains, contains two main mountain ranges, the Albanian Alps and the Pindus Mountains.
It has a diverse topography, from lowlands along the coast to high peaks inland, and it is known for its remarkable natural beauty.
The country is rich in freshwater sources, with over 3,000 rivers and streams that flow into the Adriatic and Ionian seas.
The Albanian landscape is also dotted with numerous lakes, including the stunning Lake Ohrid, which is shared with North Macedonia.
The highest point in Albania is Mount Korab, which stands at an elevation of 9,066 feet (2,764 meters) above sea level. It is located on the border with North Macedonia.
The lowest point in Albania is the Adriatic Sea, with an elevation of 0 feet (0 meters).
See here a list of 10 cities in Albania and their elevation above sea level.