Argentina is a country with a varying topography that runs the gamut from high Andean peaks to lowland plains.
The rugged Andes Mountains run along Argentina's western border, with peaks soaring over 6,000 meters above sea level.
In the north of the country, there are lowlands dominated by wetlands and the Gran Chaco plain.
To the south, the lowlands give way to Patagonia, with a rugged landscape of mountains, glaciers, and deserts.
Aconcagua is the highest point in Argentina, standing tall at a height of 6,959 meters above sea level.
Laguna del Carbon is the lowest point in Argentina, situated 105 meters below sea level.
See here a list of 10 cities in Argentina and their elevation above sea level.