1711 in Denmark
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Events from the year 1711 in Denmark.
- May 25 - Helsingør is put under military blockade to prevent an outbreak of plague from spreading to Copenhagen. A total of 1,809, about one third of Helsingør's population, are killed by the disease in 1711. The efforts to keep the disease from spreading fail and a total of 40,000 people in Copenhagen and northern Zealand are killed by the disease during the outbreak. The blockade of Helsingør is not lifted until 25 July 1712.
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- "1700-tallet: Introduktion" (in Danish). Øresundstid. Retrieved 2013-09-13.
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