I have been there a few times, once on business but mainly Oktoberfest. Where else can you get the finest free beer in the world with food for days? Check in at work, fall down and repeat.
Anyway no you will not find the plaza on a map. But if you walk the city you will see the sign outside the building where the Pact was signed. If you take the tours they will show you the rebirth of a once beautiful ancient city but then show you the bullet holes gouged in brick from invading (attacking) not liberating Americans. Ask the locals about their opinion about American bombing ( though the Brits area bombed German cities at night for some reason they are no longer mentioned).
They have done their best to match architecture (actually city building code) but much of what was rebuilt is 1950s design style). Then ask them why they destroyed 3 out of 4 ancient Roman gates to the city. They will say progress and city expansion.
I am guessing the bombing was their political enlightenment for being Hitlerís power base and backing the wrong horse.
Lot of that going around these days. I donít mind people preserving the past. I mind how people interpret the past to one extreme or the other.
Sorry, but about which time and place do you talk?
Today, there is no plaza with this name. Such names were removed very soon after the war.
Dachau is not in Munich, therefore not included in guided tours in Munich.
And why anyone should be happy about the destruction of historical buildings or want them destroyed because something which happened in them?