The Mountain Jews’ synagogue building in Baku has been in existence since 1945. After the end of World War II, the mountain Jews were given an ancient building in the city center to meet their religious needs. The Synagogue of the Mountain Jews in Baku has been functioning since 1945. After World War II, mountain Jews were given an ancient building for religious needs in the center of the city. The building was in poor condition and praying here was quite unpleasant. The building was restored after Azerbaijan gained independence. The opening of the synagogue after reconstruction was on April 5, 2011. Today it is a must-visit place for all guests of the country who are interested in the Jewish heritage in Azerbaijan, apart from its main purpose as a synagogue.