1770 in Denmark
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Events from the year 1770 in Denmark.
- Monarch – Christian VII
- Prime minister – Count Johann Hartwig Ernst von Bernstorff (until 13 September), Johann Friedrich Struensee
- March 26 - It is reported that it is possible to walk across the ice from Helsingør to Scania.
- May 2 - A Royal Danish Navy fleet bound for Algiers departs from Copenhagen to bomb the city in response to the recurrent pirate attacks in the Mediterranean Sea.
- March 2 - Johan Ernst Hartmann, organist and composer (died 1844)
- September 29 - Jacob Holm, industrialist, ship owner and ship builder (died 1845)
- November 19 - Bertel Thorvaldsen, sculptor (died 1844)
- May 27 – Queen Sophia Magdalene, queen of Denmark (born 1700)
- September 23 – Utilia Lenkiewitz, actress (born 1711)
- "Udisning" (in Danish). Jakob Seerups forskerblog. Retrieved 2012-11-14.
- "The threat from the Barbary Coast – the Danish Navy and the war against the Mediterranean pirates". Royal Danish Naval Museum. Retrieved 2012-11-13.
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