Brdo

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Brdo (Serbian Cyrillic: Брдо, meaning "hill") may refer to:

Serbia[edit]

  • Brdo (Nova Varoš), village near Nova Varoš
  • Banovo Brdo (Баново Брдо), an urban neighborhood of Belgrade
  • Labudovo Brdo (Лабудово брдо), an urban neighborhood of Belgrade
  • Julino Brdo (Јулино Брдо), an urban neighborhood of Belgrade
  • Pašino Brdo (Пашино Брдо), an urban neighborhood of Belgrade
  • Petlovo Brdo (Петлово Брдо or Певац) (also "Pevac"), an urban neighborhood of Belgrade
  • Topčidersko Brdo (Топчидерско Брдо), an urban neighborhood and former municipality of Belgrade
  • Kanarevo Brdo (Канарево Брдо), an urban neighborhood of Belgrade
  • Begovo Brdo (Бегово Брдо), a village in Kruševac, Rasina district
  • Vinča-Belo Brdo, an archaeological site in the village of Vinča near Belgrade
  • Zeleno Brdo (Зелено брдо), part of Mali Mokri Lug, an urban neighborhood of Belgrade
  • Glumčevo Brdo, part of Barajevo, a suburban neighborhood of Belgrade
  • A section of Braće Jerković (an urban neighborhood of Belgrade) called Mitrovo Brdo
  • Mramorsko Brdo, in Merošina
  • Simino Brdo, in Loznica
  • Bumbarevo Brdo, in Knić

Slovenia[edit]

Other[edit]

  • Novo Brdo (Ново Брдо; Novobërda or Novobërdë, Artana or Artanë), a town and municipality in the Pristina district of Kosovo
  • Bivolje Brdo, village in the Čapljina municipality of Herzegovina, Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • Dobro Brdo, a settlement in Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • Golloborda, or Golo Brdo, a geographical area in southeastern Albania
  • Babića Brdo, a settlement in Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • Velje Brdo, a settlement in Podgorica, Montenegro
  • Oblo Brdo, a settlement in Montenegro