Der Bussen ist ein 767 Meter hoher Berg bei Uttenweiler in Oberschwaben. Er ist einer der meistbesuchten Wallfahrtsorte Oberschwabens und ein  hervorragender Aussichtsberg mit Blick bis zu den Alpen. Manchmal wird er als „Der Heilige Berg Oberschwabens“ bezeichnet. Es finden sich Hinweise auf eine keltische und später germanische Kultstätte. Im Jahr 805 ist eine Wallfahrtskirche auf dem Berg erstmals urkundlich erwähnt.

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