Georgia is a country located at the crossroads of Eastern Europe and Western Asia, with a varied elevation landscape.
The country is dominated by the Greater Caucasus mountain range with its highest peaks and ridges, which extends from the Black Sea coast in the west to the Caspian Sea coast in the east.
In addition to the mountains, Georgia has several lowland areas such as the Colchis Lowland in the west, the Kolkheti Plain along the Black Sea coast, and the Alazani Valley in the east.
The country experiences a humid subtropical and Mediterranean climate, which means varying temperature and humidity levels over different elevations and places.
The highest point in Georgia is Mount Shkhara with an elevation of 5,202 metres (17,064 ft). It is located in the Svaneti region of the country and offers breathtaking views of the surrounding peaks and glaciers.
The lowest point in Georgia is the Black Sea coast, which has an elevation of 0 metres (0 ft).
Georgia shares many similarities in its mountainous landscapes with countries such as Armenia, Azerbaijan, and Turkey located in the South Caucasus region. However, the range of peaks and valleys, as well as the climate patterns, make Georgia geographically distinct.
See here a list of 10 cities in Georgia and their elevation above sea level.