Piperkovo is a village in Northern Bulgaria. It is located in the Municipality of Tsenovo, District of Ruse.

The Village of Piperkovo is located only 4 miles away from the Municipal centre – Tsenovo and 13 miles away from the Town of Byala, 16 miles from the Town of Svishtov and 17 miles from the Town of Borovo. It is also very close to the District Centre the City of Ruse – 35 miles away, which is the biggest Bulgarian city and port on the Danube River and a popular tourist destination.

The village has a population of 211 residents, according to the latest census. There is a village hall, a post office, an active community centre that promotes Bulgarian traditions and folklore, a 150-year-old Orthodox church, shops. There is regular bus transport to the neighbouring settlements.

It is considered that the settlement was established in the 1st century BC. According to an old local legend, the first inhabitant of the village was a pepper-monger – a person who sold pepper door-to-door, and from there originates the name of the village – “piper” (пипер) means pepper in Bulgarian.

In May 2023, the locals celebrated the 150th anniversary of the village church “St. Archangel Mihail”. The church was built over several years and almost the entire local population was involved in the construction. Stonemasons who arrived in the village after the completion of the construction of the bridge over the Yantra River of the famous builder Kolyo Ficheto also provided invaluable help. To cast the church bell, the people of the village voluntarily collected all the copper objects and melted them

The village has an active community centre “Petko Rachev Slaveykov”, established in 1927, which to this day preserves and develops Bulgarian customs and traditions through its folklore ensembles.

The most attractive landmarks in the area are:

– The Orthodox Church “St. Archangel Mihail” in the village of Piperkovo – built in 1873;
– Community Centre “Petko Rachev Slaveykov” in the village of Piperkovo – built in 1927;
– The rope bridge over the Yantra river near the village of Belyanovo – it was built in 1968 and has a length of 105 metres;
– Orthodox Cross “Monument Symbol” – located in the immediate vicinity of the village of Tsenovo in the southeast of the “Bog Bair” area;
– Historical Museum – Town of Byala;
– The bridge of the famous builder Kolyo Ficheto – built in 1867;
– Thracian tomb in the town of Borovo – the tomb is located in the town centre. It is one of the most popular and visited tourist attractions in the municipality.
– Roman legionary camp Novae, founded in 45 AD by order of Emperor Claudius, near the Danube port city of Svishtov. Every year Novae hosts the traditional Ancient Heritage Festival, which features spectacular battle reenactments;
– Medieval Town of Cherven and its mighty fortress – Just outside the village of Cherven are the remains of the medieval fortress of the same name, which was one of the Second Bulgarian Empire’s primary military, administrative, economic and cultural centres between the 12th and the 14th century;
– The Cave Monastery of Nisovo;
– Rusenski Lom Nature Park.