A cultural and historical attraction of the village of Uskut (Privetnoye) is the large mosque Uskut Jami built in the 19th century, which is an architectural monument. The mosque was built from wild stone and large stone blocks. With the advent of Soviet power, the building was turned into a club, many relics were lost, and the minaret was completely destroyed. Only in the late 1990s of the last century, the shrine was returned to religious people and restored by the efforts of caring residents. However, now Uskut-Jami again needs reconstruction: before cold weather, it is necessary to repair the roof and make an outside restoration. Local residents have already collected donations, but it is not enough. Residents of Uskut turn to their fellow believers for help.