Chicago in 1833, population: 350
Discovering that the world was also round meant the people could use the system of celestial coordinates to describe points on Earth. The tricky thing was using astronomy to work out exactly where one must be. After all, the sky moved, and the Earth didn’t.
Yahei Ueyama, 1800, Nikko Toshogu, Japan
Costantinopoli as seen on an illustrated map included in the
"Liber Insularium Archipelagi" by Cristoforo Buondelmonte