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Besides Grave in Spanish, Tumba can refer to:
- Tumba, Sweden - a town in Botkyrka, Sweden.
- Tumba (Skopje) - an ancient Neolithic settlement in the Republic of Macedonia.
- Tumba (Vranje) - a village in the Vranje municipality of southern Serbia.
- Tumba Peak (Šar) - a mountain peak in south-east Kosovo.
- Tumba Peak (Belasica) - a mountain peak where the borders of Bulgaria, Greece and the Republic of Macedonia meet
- Tumba Peak (Cherna gora) - a mountain peak in western Bulgaria
- Lake Tumba - a lake in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
- Bara Tumba - an ancient living area from Neolithic times in the Republic of Macedonia.
- Veluška Tumba - an ancient living area from Neolithic times in the Republic of Macedonia.
- Tumba (music genre) is a native musical form that is played in Aruba and Curaçao. Jan Gerard Palm was the first composer to write Tumbas.
- Tumba (drum) - a rare kind of thin drum.
- The tumba is the largest drum of the conga family.
- Tumba francesa ('French tumba') is the name for a style of music brought from Haiti to Cuba following the Haitian slave rebellion of 1791.
- Tumba is also the Panamanian colloquial name for a folkloric drum about 3 feet high, a foot across, mounted on a stand. It is struck with the hands.
- Tumba Sound is a band from Fredericton New Brunswick Canada formed in the summer of 2010.
- A tumba (or toomba) is a resonator on Indian musical instruments such as the sitar or sarod.
- Sven Tumba, former Swedish ice hockey and golf player
- Tumba Bruk - the printing company responsible for manufacturing of the Swedish krona banknotes, located in Tumba.
- Another spelling for Thumba, India's first rocket launching site.
- Tumba (drink) A Nepalese alcoholic beverage made from fermented millet or other cereals.
- Tumba (Kongo) are stone figures that the Kongo people placed on the graves of powerful people.
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