Monument to Gonzálo Guerrero Historical

Monument to Gonzálo Guerrero Historical (HM1X2R)

Location: San Miguel de Cozumel, Quintana Roo 77600 Cozumel
Country: Mexico

N 20° 31.012', W 86° 56.747'

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En 1511, un grupo de naufragos españoles arribo a Yucatan de ellos solo dos sobrevivían al llegar Hernan Cortes a Cozumel En 1519 enterado el hispano Jerónimo de Aguilar retorno a los suyos y fue interprete del conquistador el otro Gonzalo Guerrero, integrado a los mayas prefirió quedarse con los suyos, primera familia mestiza mexicana.

La región maya, politeísta, fue concepción teológica elaborada alrededor de la astronomía, el calendario y la naturaleza.

Durante tres días, los españoles bordearon la isla y el día 6 de mayo de 1518, llegaron a buen puerto, rada del actual San Miguel de Cozumel donde pensando hallar resistencia bajaron armados, sin embargo fueron recibidos en paz y con asombro admiraron el primer edificio de piedra que hallaron en el Nuevo Mundo. Cuando se multiplicó la muchedumbre de los hijos de la tierra la jícara blanca, la flor encarnada fue Cuzamil. Chilam Balam...texto prehispánico.

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In 1511 a Spanish group of shipwrecked people arrived to Yucatan. Two of them were alive when Hernan Cortes came to Cozumel in 1519. One of them Jeronimo de Aguilar got to know about this event and decided to join his people again and served as an interpreter to the conquerors. The other shipwrecked Gonzalo Guerrero
who was integrated to the Mayans preferred to stay with them and founded the first Mexican mixed race family by marrying a Mayan woman.
The Mayan religion, polytheist, was a theological conception based on astronomy calendar and nature. For three days, the Spaniards skirted the island and on May 6, 1518, arrived at this good port, now known as San Miguel de Cozumel. Thinking they would find resistance they arrived armed, however they were received in peace. With wonder they admired the first stone building they had seen in the New World. When the crowd of children of the earth multiplied, the white gourd, the incarnate flower was Cuzamil. Chilam Balam ... a prehispanic text.
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HM NumberHM1X2R
Marker ConditionNo reports yet
Date Added Thursday, March 2nd, 2017 at 9:01pm PST -08:00
Locationbig map
UTM (WGS84 Datum)16Q E 505652 N 2268680
Decimal Degrees20.51686667, -86.94578333
Degrees and Decimal MinutesN 20° 31.012', W 86° 56.747'
Degrees, Minutes and Seconds20° 31' 0.7200" N, 86° 56' 44.8200" W
Driving DirectionsGoogle Maps
Which side of the road?Marker is on the right when traveling South
Closest Postal AddressAt or near 601 Av. Rafael E. Melgar, San Miguel de Cozumel Quintana Roo 77600, MX
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