The Karagiye Depression is one of the deepest depressions in the world, 132 m below World Ocean level. At this point, the bottom of the Depression is covered by a vast salt marsh called Batyr. The Depression abounds with outcrops of the seams with the remnants of the former oceanic life.
One of the deepest Depressions of the countries of the Commonwealth of Independent States is the Karagie Depression - a giant hollow one hundred and thirty-two meters below the level of the world's ocean. It is quite interesting to look around from the height of the depression - a damp haze covering the horizon in the distance. Once upon a time there was a salty lake Batyr. Monuments of history, sites of ancient people have been preserved in the northeastern chunks of the Karagiye Depression.