A strange bug in Google Maps shows a broken Nazi cross as an icon of a public place.
Users of this app seem to have seen the Nazi broken cross icon most of the time while showing up at European hotels. Many on social media say it's the first time they've seen something like this on Google Maps, and when they close and reopen the app, the logo is no longer displayed to them.
For example, some of the expected screenshots show the bed logo used to display hotels on Google Maps replacing a broken cross.
The broken cross has been recognized as the official symbol of Germany's Nazi racist party since the 1930s, and has been banned in many countries since Hitler's fall. Of course, before the Nazis used the broken cross to show their unity, it was a spiritual symbol of happiness and fortune in some Asian and African religions.
In Google Maps, you can specify the desired points with specific icons, each of which has a different design. The icon used to display Buddhist temples is also a broken cross, which in some cases apparently displays other neighborhoods with this symbol.
Google has confirmed that the logo does not refer to the broken Nazi cross and belongs to Buddhist temples. The company also said that the controversial logo should not be used to display hotels, and that this problem will be resolved soon.
It should not be overlooked that the angle of the broken cross used by Asian religions is different from that of the broken cross of Nazi.Source