|Covid-19|Monarch – Frederick IV
Grand Chancellor – Conrad von Reventlow
February 18 – Instegated by Ole Rømer, Denmark adopts the Gregorian calendar, although not its lunar portion, in place of the Julian calendar.
February – The Great Northern War breaks out and will last until 1721. Russia has joined a Danish-Pokish coalition the previous year against Sweden which forms an alliance with Frederick IV, Duke of Holstein-Gottorp.
August 4 – The Swedish King Charles XII lands with an army at Humlebæk north of Copenhagen.
August 18 – The Peace of Travendal is concluded when Denmark signs a peace treaty at Traventhal House in Holstein. Denmark has to withdraw from Holstein and Sweden withdraws from Denmark. The peace will lat for the next 10 years.
The coronation of Frederick IV and Queen Louise
Benoît Le Coffre becomes Painter to the Danish Court.
The first Danish census takes place from 1700 to 17001 but only statistical information about adult men is included. Only about half of it still exists.
May 23 – Jens Juel, diplomat, statesman (b, 1631)
Hans van Steenwinckel the Youngest, architect (b. 1639)
1700 in Denmark Wikipedia
Events from the year 1700 in Denmark.