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21 August – The coronation of queen Désirée Clary in Stockholm.
- The Chalmers University of Technology is established.
- Jönköpings SS is founded.
- Midwives are allowed to use surgical instruments, which are unique in Europe at the time and gives them surgical status.
21 January – Oscar II of Sweden, monarch (died 1907)
26 April – Eva Brag, journalist, novelist and poet (died 1913)
14 October – August Malmström, painter (died 1901)
– Hanna Hammarström, inventor (died 1909)
– Emanuella Carlbeck, pioneer in the education of students with Intellectual disability (died 1901)
17 March - Sophia Albertina, Abbess of Quedlinburg (born 1753)
9 November - Carl Gustaf af Leopold, poet (born 1756)
1829 in Sweden Wikipedia
Events from the year 1829 in Sweden