Greece topographic map

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About this map

Name: Greece topographic map, elevation, terrain.

Location: Greece (34.70061 19.24779 41.74889 29.72970)

Average elevation: 170 m

Minimum elevation: -7 m

Maximum elevation: 2,691 m

Eighty percent of Greece consists of mountains or hills, making the country one of the most mountainous in Europe. Mount Olympus, the mythical abode of the Greek Gods, culminates at Mytikas peak 2,918 metres (9,573 ft), the highest in the country. Western Greece contains a number of lakes and wetlands and is dominated by the Pindus mountain range. The Pindus, a continuation of the Dinaric Alps, reaches a maximum elevation of 2,637 m (8,652 ft) at Mt. Smolikas (the second-highest in Greece) and historically has been a significant barrier to east–west travel.

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