The Karaite Synagogue is a former synagogue built between 1898 and 1902 by the architect Vladislav Gorodetsky. The building is distinguished by its luxurious Moorish and Arabic decoration. The synagogue was intended for Kiev's Karaite community (about 300 people at the time) but was closed shortly afterwards under the Soviet regime. Since 1981, the House of Republican Actors has been housed there.
The golden-domed monastery of St. Michael is the cathedral of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church. Built in 1108-1113, the building was rebuilt in a Baroque style in the 18th century. Demolished by the soviets, the church did not reopen before 1999.
The New Synagogue in Khust was built in the mid-19th century with a simple rural Baroque facade. It was built with a twin synagogue beside it, but the twin was destroyed under Soviet rule. The interior is notable for the impressive ceiling painting and it is an example of a nine-bay synagogue built around a four-pillar central Bimah.