A Typical Polish Landscape

Poland has an area of 120,726 sq miles, almost exactly the size of New Mexico, and is mostly plains. The highest point is Mount Rysy, which rises 2326m above sea level. The lowest point is Raczki ElblÄ…skie, an extremely small village on a Baltic lagoon.

In addition to this, Poland can mostly be split up into 4 distinct zones: In the North, you have the marshes of the baltic sea; In the south, you have a stony area with thousands of lakes; In the center lie the lowlands where the majority of farming is done; and finally on the southern border there are the peaks of the Sudety and Carpathian mountains.