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17 February – Sweden replace the Julian calendar with the Gregorian calendar.
1 May - Species Plantarum by Carolus Linnaeus.
24 July - The Royal Swedish Academy of Letters, History and Antiquities is founded by Queen Louisa Ulrika.
20 September – Inauguration of the new observatory of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences.
- Carolus Linnaeus names the Cannabis sativa.
- The new Royal Palace, Stockholm, is sufficiently ready for the Royal family to move in, and they leave the Wrangel Palace for their new residence.
- The Du Londel Troupe is established in Sweden.
- The Kina slott is created and given to the queen as the birthday present.
- A new school regulation is instituted in the capital, in which all the basic educational schools of the capital is to include the subjects writing, reading, mathematics, history, geography, essay-writing, nature science and drawing.
- Creation of the Tankebyggarorden.
13 June – Johan Afzelius, chemist (died 1837)
2 July – Hedvig Eleonora von Fersen, courtier (died 1792)
16 September – Märta Helena Reenstierna, diarist (died 1841)
8 October - Sophia Albertina, Abbess of Quedlinburg, princess (died 1829)
- Jeanna von Lantingshausen, politically active countess (died 1809)
13 July – Sten Carl Bielke, official, scientist and member of the Swedish parliament (born 1709)
- Hedvig Mörner, politically influential countess (born 1672)
26 October - Margareta von Ascheberg, landowner (born 1671)
1753 in Sweden Wikipedia
Events from the year 1753 in Sweden