The church of St. Paraskevy was built in the 16th century as a Greek Catholic church. The late Gothic church was restored in 1963-1965 and, since 2010, has been part of the Lubaczów Border Regions Museum. Its wall and bell tower remind us of the role of churches as a defence structure in this region frequently looted by the Tartars.
The Great Synagogue in Uhniv is an Ashkenazi synagogue built at the beginning of the 20th century. Probably deserted from the 1930s, this Neo-Baroque synagogue is now a storage space.
The Great Synagogue of Zhovka was built in the 1690s and serves as a good example of a late Renaissance fortress style synagogue with baroque additions. The synagogue was designed to protect Jews from invasions and to this day a passageway to the roof and underground shelters exist. It was included in the 2000 World Monuments Watch.