Peychinovo is a village in North Bulgaria. It is located in the Municipality of Byala, District of Ruse.
The Village of Peychinovo is located only 8 miles away from the Town of Byala, 9 miles away from the Town of Polski Trambesh and 40 miles away from the City of Ruse. The village is also 25 miles away from the Town of Svishtov, 25 miles away from the City of Veliko Tarnovo, 55 miles away from the City of Pleven, 133 miles away from the City of Varna and 154 miles away from the Capital City-Sofia.
Peychinovo is located on the European road E83 Ruse-Pleven-Sofia.
The village is located near the Yantra River. The river is very suitable for fishing. There is a fishing school. The river is convenient for kayaking as well. The part suitable for this sport starts from the town of Byala and ends in the mouth of the Danube River.
Through Byala railway station the village is connected to the Ruse-Gorna Oryahovitsa railroad.
There is bus to the village.
The village has electricity, water supply and a couple of shops. There is a post office, a community center, a church, a stadium and commercial areas. The nearest education and medical centres are in the neighbouring Town of Byala.
The population is approximately 254 people.
In 1932, a mammoth tusk was discovered near the village in clay-sandy soil, which was later moved to Sofia and is currently in the Natural History Museum.
The village of Peychinovo (known as Burumlii until 1934) has existed for five centuries in the heart of the Danube plain, in the middle of the road between Veliko Tarnovo and Ruse.
A book with the history of the village has been published. The author has dedicated more than ten years to researching and collecting materials about his past and present. In the book the author outlines the most important moments of the collective life of the people of the village: political and economic development, way of life and customs, peculiarities of Peichinov’s speech, folk traditions and beliefs.