The main attraction of the small village of Kolychevo is the unusually beautiful Church of the Resurrection of the Word, built in the 17th century.
The founder of the ancient noble family of the Kolychevs was Fyodor Alexandrovich, who lived at the end of the XIV century and the village was named in his honor.
During the reign of Ivan the Terrible, the village belonged to Nikita Borisovich Kolychev, who was killed near Kazan in October 1552. Grigory Ivanovich, the owner of the village, bequeathed the village to the Moscow Monastery of the Epiphany in Kitay-Gorod. Then the village was owned by a colleague of Peter I Alexander Danilovich Menshikov in 1711 before his exile in Berezov.
The wooden church of the Resurrection of the Word was built by parishioners in 1697 on the high bank of the Pakhra River. After 100 years, a stone chapel was built next to the old building, and then the temple building itself was rebuilt in brick and decorated in the Moscow Baroque style. In the first half of the 19th century, a refectory and chapels were added in honor of the Cathedral of the Archangel Michael and the All-Merciful Savior. The refectory was warm and therefore used for worship during the cold season.
In the second half of the 19th century, a bell tower was built in honor of the Kazan Icon of the Mother of God.