1619 in Denmark
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- Monarch - Christian IV
- April 6 - A royal decree states that everybody who builds a "good house" in Christianshavn will get a deed on the lots and several years of tax discounts.
- May 9 - King Christian IV sends out an expedition led by Jens Munk to find the North-West Passage. On board is also Rasmus Jensen, the first Lutheran cleric in Canada 
- September 5 - Church of Holmen is inaugurated in the former naval anchor forge in Copenhagen.
- An outbreak of plague hits Copenhagen, killing 7,000 people in the period 1619-20.
- Reinhold Timm is engaged as drawing teacher at Aorø Academy.
- January 21 - Anders Bording, poet and journalist (died 1677)
- April 17 - Birgitte Thott, translator, writer and feminist (died 1662)
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- "1619" (in Danish). Selskabet for Københavns Historie. Retrieved 2012-11-02.
- What happened to the first Lutheran pastor in the New World? (Evangelical Lutheran Church in America)http://archive.elca.org/communication/timeline/1619.html
- "Reinhold Timm". Gyldendal. Retrieved 2010-03-16.