Village of the parish of La Rebollá, located 300 meters above sea level, with about thirty inhabitants.

Copián was an important landmark of the Jacobean route, since it is located in a section that in medieval times was famous for its dangerousness and inhospitable character, between the town of Mieres and the Alto del Padrún, documenting several attempts, in 1143 and 1220 , to establish a pilgrim hospital in Copián that will contribute to reinforcing the security of the pilgrims at this point.


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