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The northwest part in the Snowbelt region is very flat. This includes the counties of Erie, Crawford, and Mercer. Also around Philadelphia since its close to the Atlantic Ocean. This is just from personally experience, I don't know if these are entirly true though.

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Q: What is the two flattest regions in Pennsylvania?
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