The synagogue and bet midrash complex in Uhniv were used most recently for vocational training, but now appear to be abandoned.

As far as I could tell, the cemetery in Uhniv consists of one tombstone that lies atop a small mound about five meters high. At the base of the hill is a single strand of barbed wire, presumably to keep animals from grazing on the hill and disturbing the stone. I have seen this small elevation described as the “Hill of St. John (Nepomuk)”, but having climbed it, I can say that it is a small mound of dirt, not a hill at all.