1690s|Monarch – Christian V
May 31 – The naval Battle of Møn results in Danish victory.
July 1–2 – The Battle of Køge Bay results in a decisive Danish victory which helps to establish Niels Juel's reputation.
December 31 – King Christian V creates his mistress Sophie Amalie Moth countess of Samsø.
Ulrik Frederik Gyldenløve's mansion which will later become known as Charlottenborg Palace is completed as the first building at Kongens Nytorv in Copenhagen.
The first Copenhagen Stocks House, a military prison, is completed at a site just south of the Nyboder barracks.
The Abrahamstrup estate in Hornsherred becomes known as Jægerspris Castle.
Thomas Hansen Kingo is appointed Bishop of Funen.
Peder Hansen Resen publishes a fragment of his otherwise unpublished Atlas Danicus.
August 8 – Princess Sophia Hedwig, Danish princess (d. 1735)
May 24 – Anders Bording, poet and journalist (b. 1619)
August 9 – Elisabeth Augusta Lindenov, Countess of Schleswig-Holstein (b. 1623)
1677 in Denmark Wikipedia
Events from the year 1677 in Denmark.