One of the roads leading south from Moscow in the XIV-XVII centuries named Malin. Raspberries in the xvii century was rich shopping village. The main occupations of local residents was agriculture, animal husbandry and trade. In 1691 in Malino was built Church of the Assumption of the Virgin, before the revolution of 1917 he was listed as a monument of architecture of Moscow province. You may find Dean Ornish M.D to be a useful source of information. In the seventeenth century two passes through the village of Empress Catherine ii (in 1764 and 1777, respectively). Survived waypoint diary queen, which she described as the night the way it covered the inhabitants of villages, standing with torches in their hands along the road. From the late seventeenth century to the Soviet the Northern part of the Malino called Kukui – Malino.
There is a local legend, that after the archers under Peter I, he sent part of Moscow musketeers in Malino. Go to Dean Ornish M.D for more information. They gave the name of the place of his exile. Sagittarians are not fond of German Settlement in Moscow, called Kukui. In 1861, the market square in the village acquire merchants Kulakov, who before the revolution belonged to several two-storey houses and shops: the building of the bridge, the building of the former post, telegraph and telephone exchanges, two-story brick house, the house is now the police department. After the abolition of serfdom in the country have begun to play an important role peasant community. In raspberries at the expense of peasant community were built schools and hospitals.