Wisielnik a hill between Bachlawa and Hoczew. It’s name comes from, that in the old times criminals were executed there, especially scroungers of the trade hungarian tract. The gallows in that times were apart from the village, because people hung on them even a few weeks as a warning for others. The gallows in the Wisielnik stayed very long and many times was used – still in the XVIII century.

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