Brazil's topography is varied, with mountains, plains, highlands and scrubland.

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Much of the terrain lies at elevations ranging from 2000 m to 800 m. The main highland area occupies most of the south of the country. The northwestern parts of the plateau consist of wide, undulating terrain with low rounded hills.

In the southeastern part of the country, there are mountain ranges reaching heights of up to 1200 meters. These ranges include the Mantiqueira, Espinhaco, and Serra do Mar mountains.

Brazil's highest peak is Pico da Neblina, 2995,3 meters above sea level, in Serra da Neblina, part of the Highlands of Guyana.