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Jun 13, 2022

[Answer] Which country has the highest low point in the world?

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...1. Lesotho 2. Uganda 3. The Maldives 4. Nepal




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Lesotho - Geographically speaking, every country has both a high point (where its natural elevation is the highest) and a low point (where its natural elevation is the lowest). However, some countries' low points aren't really that low. Case in point: Lesotho, a small, mountainous nation enclaved within the borders of South Africa. According to CN Traveler, Lesotho is the only country in the world that sits entirely above 1,000 meters in altitude. In fact, its lowest point, at the convergence of the Makhaleng and Orange rivers, is 1,400 meters (4,593 feet) above sea level. That's the highest low point in the world — higher than many countries' high points. Speaking of which, the lowest high point in the world is in the Republic of Maldives, which has an average elevation of 4 feet above sea level and tops out at 8 feet, according to National Geographic.:


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