Brezovica, Zagreb

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Brezovica as a part of Zagreb

Brezovica (Croatian pronunciation: [brêzoʋit͡sa]) is a city district of Zagreb, Croatia. It is located in the southwestern part of the city and has 12,030 inhabitants (as of 2011).[1] It is one of the more rural districts in Zagreb. The A1 highway passes through Brezovica, although it has no exits there.

Of note is Dvorac Brezovica, an eighteenth-century chateau now owned by the Zagreb Archdiocese. Dvorac Brezovica (castle) has been abandoned for several years and the building and its surroundings have fallen into disrepair.

List of neighborhoods in Brezovica[edit]

  • Brebernica
  • Demerje
  • Donji Dragonožec
  • Goli Breg
  • Gornji Dragonožec
  • Grančari
  • Havidić Selo
  • Horvati
  • Hudi Bitek
  • Lipnica
  • Kupinečki Kraljevac
  • Odranski Obrež
  • Strmec
  • Donji Trpuci
  • Gornji Trpuci
  • Starjak
  • Zadvorsko


  1. ^ "Population by Age and Sex, by Districts of City of Zagreb, 2011 Census". Census of Population, Households and Dwellings 2011. Zagreb: Croatian Bureau of Statistics. December 2012. 

Coordinates: 45°42′56.09″N 15°55′14.18″E / 45.7155806°N 15.9206056°E / 45.7155806; 15.9206056