Old wooden Catholic bell tower (Dřevěná starokatolická zvonice) from the end of the 19th century in the local section of Jamartice, in Rýmařov a unique building with preserved construction and decorative elements.
It is an interesting wood architecture complex unit. It is a complex of wooden brick spa houses, influenced by the empire style from the end of the 18th and the beginning of the 19th centuries and which make up the historical core of the mountain- townlet of a unique type in the Moravian- Silesian Region.
Wooden Chapel of St. Hubert (Dřevěná kaple Sv. Huberta) founded in the years 1757–1758. The painting of St. Hubert, which hangs above the main altar, was painted in 1758 by Jan Kryštof Handke. The ceiling painting also dates from the period the chapel was built.