In physical geography, a lowland is any broad expanse of land with a general low level. This term can also be described as a area of land that is below sea level. The term is thus applied to the landward portion of the upward slope from oceanic depths to continental highlands, to a region of depression in the interior of a mountainous region, to a plain of denudation, or to any region in contrast to a highland. The Lowlands and Highlands of Scotland are typical.
See also 
- Lowlands - disambiguation page
- Lowland (freshwater ecology)
- SS Lowland, a British cargo ship in service 1947-59
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