Sjøstue nr 1, which today is Enhjørningen Fiskerestaurant, is located in the traditional pier quarter from the Hansa era in Bergen. The name Enhjørningen is first mentioned in the year 1304. It is then stated in a witness statement that the German merchant Herman Skult lived there fifty years ago, and that the farm must have got its name already before the year 1260. As a sign of the sea house, the farm leads a running horse with gilded horn. After the fire in 1702, the farm was rebuilt, probably on the old plots.
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