1993 in Denmark
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Events from the year 1993 in Denmark.
- Monarch - HM Queen Magrethe II of Denmark
- Prime minister - Poul Schlüter (until January 25), Poul Nyrup Rasmussen
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- April 18 — Rolf Sørensen wins the Liège–Bastogne–Liège classic road cycling race.
- May 1 — Rolf Sørensen wins the Eschborn-Frankfurt City Loop.
- July 3–25 — 1993 Tour de France
- October 6 — Rolf Sørensen wins the Milano–Torino road cycling race.
- February 12 — Gert Bo Jacobsen becomes WBO welterweight champions in boxing.
- December 5 — Denmark wins silver the 1993 World Women's Handball Championship in Norway after being defeated 23–22 by Germany in the final.
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- 16 January - Robert Jacobsen, painter and sculptor (born 1903)
- 30 May - Henry Heerup, painter and sculptor (born 1907)
- 16 September – Mogens Koch, architect (born in 1888)
- 15 October – Dan Turèll, writer (born 1946)