Todor Alexandrov Poporushev’s life and revolutionary contributions are honored by a memorial plaque, situated on the walls of a prominent bank in the heart of Sofia. This memorial serves as a reminder of his crucial role as a Bulgarian revolutionary and leader within the Internal Macedonian Revolutionary Organization. Throughout his life, Alexandrov assumed various pseudonyms like Bogdan Iliev, B. Ilieva, and others, emblematic of his clandestine involvement and dedication to the cause.
In remembrance of his legacy, Aleksandrov Peak on the Antarctic Peninsula bears his name, a testament to his enduring impact beyond Bulgaria’s borders. The plaque stands as a tribute, preserving the memory of a pivotal figure in Bulgaria’s revolutionary history, commemorating his tireless efforts for the nation’s freedom and progress.