Some of the most interesting traditions of Mayan culture were the pilgrimages they made before the Spanish conquest. For hundreds of years, ancient Mayans would embark on adventurous pilgrimages from Pole on Yucatan to the island of Cozumel.
These pilgrimages were inspired by ancient traditions and a want to worship the goddess of fertility, Ixcel. Worship usually took place at the modern site of the San Gervasio ruins.
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