1795 in Denmark
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List of years in Denmark
- 5 June – The Copenhagen Fire of 1795 breaks out around 3 p.m. at the Navy’s old base at Gammelholm.
- 7 June – The fire dies out around 4 p.m. It has destroyed 941 houses and made homeless around 6,000 residents.
- The Leda and the Swan statue in Copenhagen Harbour is dismantled.
- 16 January – Carl Christian Rafn, historian, translator and antiquarian (died 1864)
- * 4 May - Annestine Beyer, reform pedagogue and pioneer on women's education (died 1884)
- 5 May - Annestine Beyer, reform pedagogue and pioneer on women's education (died 1884)
- 8 December – Peter Andreas Hansen, astronomer, Copley Medal recipient in 1850 (died 1874)
- 13 December – Just Mathias Thiele, writer and art historian (died 1874)
- 31 December – Carl Peter Holbøll, naval officer and Greenland explorer (died 1856)
- 3 January – Hans Næss, architect (born 1723)
- 17 August – Friderich Christian Hager, governor of the Danish Gold Coast (born 1756)
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