Lomnice is situated in the Lower Jeseník. It was established by integration two villages Lomnice u Rýmařova and Tylov. The village is a unique starting point to the recreation area Silesian Harta. It is situated at an altitude of 548 m.
Area: 2725 ha
Population: 543 (1.1. 2010)
The village belonged to the traditional agricultural villages. Since 1678 there was a hereditary magistrate. There was a weaving mill and a sawmill.
Obec patřila k tradičním zemědělským vsím. Od roku 1678 zde byla dědičná rychta. Byla zde tkalcovna a pila.
Historical buildings, monuments and sights
Parish Church of saint George - single-brick building from the mid-14th century
The common grave of Red Army soldiers and a monument - monument antifascist resistance
Gustav Brauner (1880 - 1966) - was born in 10th Tylov September 1880, an important painter. After graduating from the painting school he worked in the Czech Budejovice. He died on 3rd March 1966 in Memmingen, Bavaria.
Lomnický lime-tree - declared a memorial tree in 1973
Tylovský pond - built on Lomnický stream that flows through the village