Zeleno Brdo (Serbian Cyrillic: Зелено Брдо) is an urban neighborhood of Belgrade, the capital of Serbia. It is located in Belgrade's municipality of Zvezdara.
It is considered either as the northern extension of Mali Mokri Lug or the southernmost extension of Mirijevo. It spreads along, mostly north of, the Bulevar kralja Aleksandra. It stretches from Cvetkova Pijaca on the west to Mali Mokri Lug on the southeast, bordering neighborhoods of Učiteljsko Naselje and Konjarnik on the south. It also borders Zvezdara Forest on the north, Staro Mirijevo on the northeast and Mirijevo II on the east.
Though today a separate neighborhood, it was previously considered, at least partly, a part of Mirijevo. It is located on the top of the hill of the same name. Name of the hill, and of the subsequent neighborhood, means "green hill" in Serbian and came from the period before the urbanization, when it was a barren hill, covered only in grass.
Zeleno Brdo is a local community, a sub-municipal administrative unit, within the municipality of Zvezdara. According to the censuses, it had a population of 10,343 in 1981, 8,945 in 1991, 9,819 in 2002 and 11,408 in 2011.