1829 in Denmark
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Events from the year 1829 in Denmark.
- June 7 – C. F. Hansen's new Church of Our Lady in Copenhagen inaugurated after the previous building was destroyed in the British Bombardment of Copenhagen in 1807.
- June 19 – Adam Oehlenschläger is publicly crowned with laurel by the Swedish poet Esaias Tegner in front of the high altar in Lund Cathedral, as the "Scandinavian King of Song.". The event cements his position as the leading proponent of Romanticism in the region and at the same time heralds the emergence the Scandinavismmovement.
- November 5 – The College of Advanced Technology (DTU) is inaugurated with Hans Christian Ørsted, who had also been one of the driving forces behind its establishment, as its first principal.
- January 29 – Ludvig Lorenz, mathematician and physicist (died 1891)
- February 7 – Theobald Stein, sculptor (died 1901)
- March 19 – Carl Frederik Tietgen, financier, businessman (died 1901)
- December 20 – Hans Peter Hansen, xylographer (died 1899)
- January 21 – Kamma Rahbek, salonist and lady of letters (born 1775)
- February 18 – Olfert Fischer, vice admiral (born 1747)
- March 4 – Grímur Jónsson Thorkelin, scholar, archivist (born 1752)
- October 25 – Andreas Birch, academic, bishop (born 1758)
- December 18 – Christen Berg, politician (died 1891)
- "Adam Oehlenschläger" (in Danish). Danmarks Radio. Retrieved 2011-06-20.