Georgia is a diverse state geographically, from the mountains of northeast Georgia to the coast of southeast Georgia. The state is divided into five distinct geographical regions, each with its own unique features. In addition, Georgia is home to many lakes and rivers. The information in this section - some original from GeorgiaInfo staff and some links to other sites - gives a good idea of the diversity of Georgia geography. There is information on the lakes and rivers, Brasstown Bald (Georgia’s highest mountain), plus general information and photographs from all of Georgia’s different geographic districts.