Podsmrčevik is one of the 5 rural hamlets located in the island's interior, northwest of Selca. Other settlements are called Nagorinac, Nakal, Osridtke and Nadsela.

Today, these are mostly abandoned villages and dwellings used by shepherds as temporary homes when they lead cattle to pasture.

The oldest parts of Podsmrčevik are characterized by tiny stone houses built in drywall or carved stone and are a true monument of Brač's rural architecture as witnesses of some long-gone times and former life.

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