2013 in Denmark
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List of years in Denmark
Events from the year 2013 in the Denmark
- 1 April – The Danish government launches a lockout of all the Danish teachers. The lockout lasts until 26 April.
- 28 April – Danish Resistance Museum in Copenhagen burns.
- 29 April – Henning Larsen Architects' Herpa Concert Hall wins the European Union Prize for Contemporary Architecture.
- 30 May – Gehl Architects are awarded the Nykredit Architecture Prize at a ceremony in Copenhagen.
- 12 June – 3XN's Frederiksberg Courthouse in Copenhagen and Lundgaard & Tranberg's Sorø Art Museum are among the year's nine recipients of RIBA RU Awards from the Royal Institute of British Architects.
- 20 September – Henning Larsen Architects win the LEAF Awards for Best Public Building of the Year in the Education & Research and Culture categories for Campus Roskilde and Herpa respectively.
See also: Danish films of the 2010s
- 10 February – Thomas Vinterberg's The Hunt is nominated for Best Film Not in the English Language at the 66th British Academy Film Awards.
- 30 October – Thomas Vinterberg's The Hunt wins the Nordic Council Film Prize.
- 7 December – 26th European Film Awards
- 9 December – The Hunt wins the award for Best Foreign Independent Film at the British Independent Film Awards 2013.
- 18 May – Emmelie de Forest wins the 2013 Eurovision Song Contest in Malmö with the song Only Teardrops.
- 5 May – FC Copenhagen wins the 2012–13 Danish Superliga by drawing Brøndby IF 0–0 at Brøndby Stadion.
- 9 May – Esbjerg fB wins the 2012–13 Danish Cup by defeating Randers FC 1–0 in the 2013 Danish Cup Final.
- 31 January – Michael Rasmussen admits that he has used performance-enhancing drugs and methods for the most of his professional career.
- 7 February – Peter Steen, actor (born 1936)
- 19 March – Holger Juul Hansen, actor (born 1924)
- 4 April - Beatrice Palner, film actress (born 1938)
- 22 April – Vivi Bak, actress (born 1939)
- 20 May – Dr Haldor Topsøe, civil engineer (born 1913)
- 21 May – Count Christian of Rosenborg, cousin of the Danish Queen Margrethe II of Denmark (born 1942)
- 6 June – Erling Blöndal Bengtsson, cellist (born 1932)
- 22 June – Allan Simonsen, racing driver (born 1978)
- 22 June – Henning Larsen, architect (born 1925)
- 1 September – Ole Ernst, actor (born 1940)
- 21 October - Rune T. Kidde, writer, storyteller, musician and artist (born 1957)
- 12 November - Kurt Trampedach, painter and sculptor (born 1943)
- 22 December – Hans Hækkerup, politician and former Minister of Defense (born 1945)
- KL slår fast: Lockouten begynder 1. april [KL confirms: The lockout will begin on 1 April] (in Danish), Politiken, retrieved 23 March 2013
- Indsatschef: To tredjedele af Frihedsmuseet brænder [Chief commander: Two thirds of Resistance Museum is on fire] (in Danish), Politiken, retrieved 28 April 2013
- "Herpa Concert Hall in Reykjavik wins Mies van der Rohe Award 2013". ´Dezeen. Retrieved 2014-05-25.
- "Nykredit's Architecture Prize 2013 awarded to Gehl Architects". Nykredit. Retrieved 2014-05-25.
- "2013 RIBA National and EU Awards announced". RIBA. Retrieved 2013-06-15.
- "2013 LEAF Award Winners Announced". ArchDaily. Retrieved 2014-05-25.
- "The Nordic Council Film Prize 2013 goes to "The Hunt"". Nordic Council. Retrieved 2014-05-25.
- Emmelie synger sig til tops: 'Only Teardrops' er Europas bedste sang [Emmelie goes to the top: 'Only Teardrops' is Europe's best song] (in Danish), Politiken, retrieved 19 May 2013
- Rasmussen ord for ord: Jeg har snydt, løjet og bedraget folk [Rasmussen verbatim: I have cheated, lied and deceived people] (in Danish), Politiken, retrieved 31 January 2013
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