The local residents have preserved both the traditional customs and outfits of the Wielkopolska region and a strong sense of national identity.
There are 3 local Halls of Remembrance in this commune.
the wedding black goat bagpipe), household tools and utensils, documents and photographs.
In 1981 the collection was expanded to include an exhibition dedicated to Krzysztof Żegocki.
It lies along the river Sauer, between Ettelbruck and Diekirch.The wooden church in Agrișu Mic dating from the 18th century is the main sight of the commune however the stock of game, the shooting lodges and the fishing places are also well-graced attractions.In 1968, the remains of an ancient Dacian fortress, used for defence between 1st century BC and 1st century AD, were discovered in Clit village.The economy of the commune is mainly agrarian, the population lives on livestock-breeding, grain growing and pomiculture.Besides, lumbering and conversion of timber are also present on the economic map of the commune.They document the hard struggle of Babimost residents to preserve the Polish character during partitions and World War II.