Finland's topography is characterized by its many lakes and rolling hills.
The northern part of Finland is predominantly flat, with low-lying areas and bogs.
In the central part of the country, the landscape is marked by vast forests and hills.
Southern Finland is flatter and consists of fertile river valleys and coastal plains.
Finland's highest point is located at the top of Halti mountain, which stands at 1,324 meters (4,344 feet) above sea level.
The lowest point in Finland is the shore of the Baltic Sea, which is at sea level.
See here a list of 10 cities in Finland and their elevation above sea level.