Bünde [ˈbʏndə] (Low German Buine) is a town in the Herford district, in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. Bünde is situated between Osnabrück (west), Hannover (east) and Bielefeld (south). Bünde was first mentioned, as Buginithi, in 853. It has one of the oldest church foundations of Westphalia, the Laurentius Church (founded about 778–840). During the Cold War, it was home to a British military base (part of the BAOR) which closed in 1993. The two warriors shaking hands on the city's coat of arms are Hengist and Horsa, Saxon princes said to have led the Germanic conquest of southern Britain in the 5th century. Legend holds that it was here the brother warriors put aside their differences and swore to conquer the island together, a fact commemorated in the town's name (Bund, plural Bünde, means "league" or "covenant" in German). More information...

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