Bosutów is a small village located north of Krakow, through which flows the Sudoł stream. The village was one of the most important points on the Kościuszko Route. After the victory at Racławice, the commander of the insurrection, Tadeusz Kościuszko, stood here in a fortified camp along with 8,000 insurgents. In 1914, Austrian troops destroyed the village in order to be able to fire at artillery. Three old oaks were also cut, under which, according to legend, Kościuszko liked to relax. In the area of the village, the remains of the Corded Ware culture were discovered, as well as finds of the Przeworsk Culture.