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Brodilovo ( ) is a village in the Strandzhamarker mountains of southeastern Bulgariamarker, part of Tsarevomarker municipality, Burgas Provincemarker. Lying on the left bank of the Velekamarker, as of 2005 it has a population of 363 and the mayor is Dimitar Dimitrov. Brodilovo is located at , 56 metres above sea level, 12 km south of Tsarevo. The name of the village is derived from its location near a convenient river ford ( , brod).

Older forms of the name are attested as Beradiu, Brodivo, Pordrikoz; it was first mentioned in 1498 with relation to salt trade, and had Christian 34 households at the time. Until 12 July 1914 the village was inhabited by Greek nestinari, but following the Second Balkan War these moved out to be replaced by Bulgarian refugees from Eastern Thrace. The village's Eastern Orthodox Church of Saint Pantaleon was built in 1910 and features an external narthex; the iconostasis was manufactured and carved by a local carver called Giannis.

Until 2006, the ancient ritual of dog spinning was practised in Brodilovo. It was banned by the authorities after Bulgarian animal welfare organizations complained of its cruelty.

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