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Brsečine is a village in the north-western part of the Dubrovnik littoral in Croatia, about 1 km from the cove bearing the same name, and 25 km northwest of Dubrovnik. Population is 96 (2011). Its economy is based on farming and fishing. Brsečine is protected from cold, northerly winds by the limestone crests of Kondulo. It is located on the main road Split - Dubrovnik (M2, E65).
Brsečine is one of the favourite excursion destinations of the citizens of Dubrovnik. In the cove southeast of Cape Osmolis is a nice shore.
In the cove is the summer mansion of the Zuzorić family from the 16th century and above the cove the fortified mansion of the Ohmucevic-Bizzaro family, with a chapel and a park, from the 17th century. The village also features the church of St. George and next to it the ruins of a small church of St. Stephen.