1794 in Denmark
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Events from the year 1794 in Denmark.
- January 3 – Aarhus Stiftstidende, a local mewspaper nased in Aarhus, is published for the first time.
- February 26 – The first Christiansborg Palace is destroyed in a fire.
- March 27 – Denmark and Sweden form a neutrality compact.
- June 11 – Friderich Christian Hager receives a commission as governor of the Danish Gold Coast.
- July– August – A large timber strike hits Copenhagen.
- March 4 – Olaf Nikolas Olsen, cartographer (died 1949)
- March 21 – Poul Martin Møller, academic, writer, and poet (died 1939)
- July 24 – Johan Georg Forchhammer, mineralogist and geologist (died 1865)
- November 13 – Frederick Christian II, Duke, prince and feudal magnate (died 1814)
- December 27 – Christian Albrecht Bluhme, politician, prime minister of Denmark (died 1866)
- April 26 – Johan Foltmar, composer (b. c. 1714)
- November 29 – Princess Sophia Frederica, princess of Denmark (born 1758)
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