The Oguz Old Jewish Cemetery has not lasted to the present time day. The early twentieth-century shifts, the coup, and the repression of the clerics and religious servants, followed by the war, had to have repercussions on the cemetery's destruction. In addition, the Oguz Jewish cemetery is situated on a deciduous forest mountainside. The old graves were washed away by rains and floods, and tree roots ended up moving the tombstones, hiding them beneath the ruins. As result, the old graves are barely visible. Rahimov Karim, through his father's will, facilitated the dissection and construction of a new cemetery in 1930. The territory of the cemeteries now has trails and gazebos for visitors to rest. The memorial to the Great Patriotic War participants
Located in the higher part of the city, the Upper Quarter of Synagogue was built in 1897 with the initiative of Ravvin Barukh. It was used as a salt storage place in Soviet times. In October 2004, the Oghuz Jews started the restoration of the synagogue and completed it in 2006. The synagogue is now used for its intended purpose. Every Friday and Saturday, the Jewish population of Oghuz come here for prayers.
Located in Qudrat Aghakishiyev street, the Lower Quarter of Synagogue was built in 1849 and was the first synagogue in Oghuz.