In Záblatí, Na Pískách there is a unique sight in the territory of the Czech Republic which informs us about the settlement and life of people in the period of the recession of the last Ice Age. Dating – 10th and 9th millennium B.C.
Crowds of pilgrims, who were praying for healing not only for their bodies but the souls as well, as evidenced by various preserved gifts placed near the lateral Marian altar, passed through the temple of Stary Bohumin.
The single-nave orientated church of a fair-face masonry with lower transept and polygonal finish. In the frontal part of the church there is a tetrahedral, three times elongated upward tapering tower.
On the basement of recommendation of the municipal council from 14 March, 1908 and 11 December 1909, the inaugural meeting of the Catholic League regarding the construction of a new church in Vrbice took place on 3rd February, 1910.
The premises consists of two forts on both sides of the railway track connected with an underground passage. It is the only building of this kind in the whole fort system which was declared a cultural historical sight.
It belongs to the first buildings of the new town centre (it was built in 1897). It has an important aesthetic function in the area of the T. G. Masaryk square. The municipal office was found in the former part of the Bohumin-Sunychl- train station.