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North Macedonia Elevation Map

North Macedonia is a mountainous country with various elevations that span between 50 meters (164 feet) and 2,764 meters (9,068 feet) above sea level.


The country's terrain is characterized by long, narrow valleys, and steep mountain ranges that run parallel to each other.

North Macedonia

Most of the high elevations are located in the west and southwest parts of the country and gradually decrease towards the east and southeast.

The low elevation areas of the country are situated in the northeast, along the Vardar River valley, and in the southeast, along the country's border with Greece.

Highest point

The highest peak in North Macedonia is Mount Korab which stands at an elevation of 2,764 meters (9,068 feet) above sea level. This peak is located on the border between North Macedonia and Albania.

Lowest point

The lowest point in North Macedonia is located at an altitude of 50 meters (164 feet) above sea level. This point is at the lowest part of the Vardar River valley near the city of Gevgelija.

Similar landscape

North Macedonia's elevation map is similar to other Balkan countries like Albania and Kosovo that are also known for their mountainous terrain.

Popular cities

See here a list of 10 cities in North Macedonia and their elevation above sea level.