It is situated below the main watershed at the foot of the Radoszyce Mountain Pass, and has an elevation of 570 metres. It is the oldest settlement in the Osławica river-basin, in the Roman era trade route that passed through this area.
Gerichts-Bezirk ( Bukowsko Rural Commune) bis 1918. An 1898 map shows the location of Radoszyce (click in it to enlarge)
In the centre of the village there is a wooden Greek-Catholic church of Saint Demitrius dating 1868 which now serves as the Roman Catholic Church. The wooden church was renovated in 1899. A filial church is located in Osławica, 3 km away. Inside the church there is an original iconostas and Rococoaltar from the 18th century. Above the village there is a chapel by a stream with a "miraculous spring". Inside the chapel there is an interesting, contemporary icon of Christ in Gethsemane. In 1785 the village lands comprised 25.6 sq². There were inhabited by about 830 (1785). In 1936 there were about 1100 persons.