General Todorov (village)
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The previous name of the village is Pripechene (Bulgarian: Припечене). During the Ottoman period, the village had a mixed Bulgarian and Turkish population. According to an Ottoman document from 1519 there were 6 Muslim and 39 non-Muslim households in Pripechene. The main occupation of the population in Pripechene was farming rice. A Vasil Kanchov study of 1900 counted 114 Bulgarian and 70 Turkish inhabitants. 
The village was renamed General Todorov after general Georgi Todorov in 1984.
- Guide Bulgaria, Accessed May 5, 2010
- Матанов, Христо. Възникване и облик на Кюстендилския санджак през XV-XVI век, София 2000, таблица 9.
- Васил Кънчов. „Македония. Етнография и статистика“. София, 1900, с. 190. - Kanchov, Vasil. "Macedonia. Ethnography and statistics". Sofia, 1900, p. 190.
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