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Ubli (Montenegrin and Serbian Cyrillic: Убли) is a settlement in Podgorica Municipality, Montenegro. It is the historical seat of the Kuči clan. According to the 2003 census, the settlement had 355 inhabitants.
Ubli consists of a town centre and a few villages. The town centre includes a local chancellery, a cultural hall, Police station, Health centre, market, local pubs, elementary school "Đoko Prelević" (70 students), etc. During the 80's, in the center of Ubli worked bike-alums (wheels) factory, which was a part of Aluminium Plant Podgorica.
Villages which are part of Ubli are Pavićevići, Prelevići, Kostrovići, Živkovići and Rajovići. The most inhabited places are Prelevići, Živkovići and Pavićevići. In the villages there exists two Orthodox churches and a local graveyard.
According to 2013 census, Ubli had 355 residents, making it the most populated area in the highland region of Kuči. Montenegrins constitute the majority with 178 (52,19%), while Serbs number 147 (43,10%). 166 inhabitants are men and 175 are women. Today, Ubli had 80 households and 170 houses and buildings.
In the 1948 census, Ubli had 616 inhabitants. At 1953, Ubli had 610 inhabitants, and in 1961 - 520. In the 1981 census, population of Ubli was 493, and at 1991, there was 339 inhabitants.
Ubli borders to nine smaller villages: in the south, Koći; west and southwest Bezjovo, Cvilin and Orahovo; north Momče, and from the east, southeast and northeast are Ubalac, Zagreda, Kosor, Dučići and Liješta. Medun, a Roman town and birthplace of duke Marko Miljanov is situated four kilometres west of Ubli, while the distance to central Podgorica is 12 kilometres.
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