Memorial with an eternal flame and the words Freiheit Recht Friede, German for Freedom Law Peace, Monument to the German. The Theodor-Heuss-Platz (by residents simply called Theo) is a large city square in Berlin. It is located in the locality of Westend in the Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf district. The following streets lead into Theodor-Heuss-Platz. The square was constructed between 1904 and 1908 and was named Reichskanzlerplatz. At the beginning the square was still without houses. On 21 April 1933 the square was renamed Adolf-Hitler-Platz. According to plans for the „Welthauptstadt Germania“ by Adolf Hitler and Albert Speer the square was to have an important role at the western end of the east-west axis. It was also planned to rename the square after Benito Mussolini as Mussoliniplatz. On 31 July 1947 the square's name returned to Reichskanzlerplatz. Six days after the death of the first Federal President of Germany, Theodor Heuss on 18 December 1963, the square was given its present name. In 2014, Google apologized after labeling Theodor-Heuss-Platz as Adolf-Hitler-Platz on its Google Maps service. Via Kaiserdamm, Bismarckstraße and Straße des 17. Juni, the Theodor-Heuss-Platz is connected in a straight axis with Ernst-Reuter-Platz, the Berlin Victory Column, the Brandenburg Gate as well as Unter den Linden street and the Schloßplatz. The axis is continued in the west by the Heerstraße in a straight line until Scholzplatz.