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Tubolja (or Potubolja) is a village in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
The village was not cited until long after its founding, including by Bakula (1867). This does not mean it was uninhabited, but that its name changed. Šilobadović (1668) referred to the Abyss. Although inhabited, it was not mentioned in the Abyss Episcopal reports from the 17th, 18th or 19th centuries. Probably it was included as part of Kovač. A more points to the long-term population of the area - west of the village on a hilly elevation is Illyrian tumuli Plandovišće.
Northeast, on the Mašete is a prehistoric tumulus.
The population is increasingly moving to Tomislavgrad and other European countries.
- Dictionary Croatian or Serbian language (St. XVIII, 1962-1966., Pp. 843)
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