Historic-geographical studies play big role in the development of the interdisciplinary approach. Ancient maps of the North-Western Black Sea Region, Moldavia in particularly, are extremely poorly studied. The study of the evolution of the image of Kishinev on ancient maps is not only of great interest from the point of view of fundamental geography and cartography, but also helps to solve many problems based on interdisciplinary integration. In the 16th – 18th centuries the city is marked on many unique geographical maps, among which the works of J. Castaldo, M. Bronovii, N. Sanson, F. de Wit, G. Cantelli, V.M. Coronelli, P. Schenk, M. Seutter, D.K. Kantemir, D.A.B. Rizzi Zannoni, F.V. Bawr, J.F. Schmidt and other outstanding cartographers of the Renaissance and Enlightenment.
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