Cherepovo - a village in the Smolensk region of Russia , in the Hislavichsky district . Located in the southwestern part of the region, 8.6 km north-east of Khislavichi , on the Khislavichi road — Hitsovka (highway А141 ). The administrative center of Cherepovsky rural settlement. Population - 649 inhabitants (2017).
|Subject of the federation||Smolensk region|
|Municipal district||Hislavichsky district|
|History and geography|
|Center height||187 m|
|Climate type||moderate continental|
|Timezone||UTC + 3|
|Population||316 people ( 2007 )|
|Density||137.39 persons / km²|
|Telephone code||+7 48140|
The first mention of the village of Cherepovo in the Ivanovo camp with the Church of the Intercession (priest Andrei Ostafyev) was found in revision fairy tales, 1-2 revisions (1718 and 1743) 
The village of Cherepovo is depicted on the map of Smolensk province from 1773.
In the middle of the XIX century, it is referred to as the owner village of Roslavl district, owned by Count Saltykov. 22 yards, 158 inhabitants, two churches, a sawmill. Among these two churches was the Church of the Intercession of the Most Holy Theotokos  - at one time one of the largest and most beautiful temples of the Smolensk region, built by landowner Malyshev Z.Y.
In the summer of 1862, there was an uprising of peasants of the surrounding villages who did not want to leave the fortress under the conditions set forth in the "Regulations of February 19, 1861" and sought a new "royal will," according to which they hoped to obtain complete liberation from the landlord's power and to keep the entire pre-reform plot with a pritsevka. The uprising in the Cherepovskaya patrimony was one of the major speeches of the peasants of Russia during the reform of 1861. Suppressed using military force.
By 1924 in the Novo-Rudnyanskaya and Stodolishchenskaya volosts Roslavl district. Since 1929 in Hislavichsky district (in 1963-1965 in Monastyrschinsky).
Since 1931, the center of the village council  , since 2004 rural settlement.
- The grave of Lieutenant E.I. Zakharov, who died in 1941, installed an obelisk.
- The dilapidated Church of the Intercession of the Holy Virgin. Built approx. 1825
- Yudenich I. Mysteries of the Smolensk Coliseum in the village of Cherepovo || The popular science magazine "The Edge of Smolensk", №3 March 2017
- Rotunda temple against the backdrop of a rural landscape || Restoration of the Church of the Intercession of the Holy Virgin in the village of Cherepovo, Smolensk Region
- Administrative and territorial structure of the Smolensk region. Directory. M. 1981. p. 102.