It’s always cool to say you’ve climbed a country’s highest peak. No one needs to know if the country was the Netherlands, whose highest peak is only 887 m above sea level, or the Maldives, the world’s flattest country. It’s also fun to know random facts like a country’s highest and lowest altitude points. You never know when that knowledge can become useful. (Playing Trivial? Pub quiz?)

At Budget Direct Travel Insurance, they decided to make the task of learning these facts easier by putting together this cool infographic with the highest and lowest elevation points of 20 countries around the world.