Wisznia

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Wisznia (Vishnya, Ви́шня, in Ukrainian) is a right tributary of the San River in southeastern Poland.

Description[edit]

It flows for 100 km (62 mi), 85 km (53 mi) of which flows through the Ukraine. Just south of Rudky, Ukraine, near the village of Novosilky-Hostynni, the river reverses flow, with the southern extremity flowing into the Dniester.

The river falls into San near the city of Radymno.

Tributaries[edit]

Left
  • Vyshenka
  • Sichnia
    • Troshchanka (left)
      • Shum (left)
    • Sikonytsia (right)
      • Chyzhivka (left)
Right
  • Rakiv
    • Zamlynka (left)
    • Hlynets (right)
  • Khorosnytsia
    • Huchok (right)
  • Chornyi Potik (Black Stream)

See also[edit]

Coordinates: 49°56′45″N 22°52′27″E / 49.94583°N 22.87417°E / 49.94583; 22.87417