Italy's elevation map is diverse and complex with varied landforms ranging from the Monte Bianco (Mont Blanc) in the west to the Dolomites in the northeast.
The Southern Italian Apennine Mountains and the surrounding hills and plateaus extend towards the coastlines of the Adriatic and the Tyrrhenian Seas.
The country also has several active and dormant volcanoes including Mount Etna, Stromboli, and Vesuvius
The terrain helps to create a unique environment that shapes Italian culture and contributes to the country's famous cuisine and wine regions.
Monte Bianco (Mont Blanc) is the highest point in Italy at an elevation of 4,809 meters (15,778 feet), and is also the highest peak in the Alps mountain range.
The lowest point in Italy is the Ionian Sea, which is at sea level.
See here a list of 10 cities in Italy and their elevation above sea level.