1825 in Denmark
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Events from the year 1825 in Denmark.
- - A storm penetrates the narrow land mass, Agger Tange, separating Northern Jutland from the mainland Jutland for the first time since the 12th century.
- The Copenhagen Art Society is founded by a circle of the most influential figures of the Danish art world during the Danish Golden Age.
- April 16 – Jacob Brønnum Scavenius Estrup, politician, prime minister of Denmark (died 1913)
- May 10 – Heinrich Tønnies, photographer (died 1903)
- November 19 – Jacob Kornerup, archeologist (died 1913)
- November 30 – Julius Exner, painter (died 1910)
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