The three localities of Homorod Commune ? Homorod, Mercheasa and Jimbor - have exceptional historical patrimony, composed of medieval castles, fortified churches - Lutheran and Orthodox - hosting hundreds of years old paintings and icons.
In Jimbor village tourists can visit the Evangelical Lutheran Church, The Medieval Fortress, three other churches with patrimonial value of a house of prayer. According to priest Kunos Ludovic ?the symbol of the Evangelical Lutheran Church is the five-leaf clover, which can be admired in the paintings on the balconies, kept unaltered for hundreds of years?.
Tourists can also admire here the hundred years old Defence Fortress. Villagers use to keep the bacon in its tower; everyone use to mark his piece of bacon, in order to recognize it. The habit to keep the bacon in the tower ended in 1945. The Fortress still hosts the inhabitants? holidays, traditions and customs.
At Jimbor there is a museum of antiquity where paintings and rustic furniture are displayed. Here, Pap Ibolyka carries on the tradition and creates such rare pieces. One of them is ?the eternal calendar?, exhibited at many national and international fairs and exhibitions. Ibolyka also created two chairs ? one for the husband, the other for the wife ? who have to sit separately after they have fought.