The picture shows part of the ruins of what was once Lyse Abbey, south of Bergen. Wikipedia has this to say:
Lyse Abbey or Saint Mary's Abbey, Lyse (Lyse Mariakloster in Norwegian) is a now-ruined Cistercian monastery in Os in the county of Hordaland in south-western Norway. The name "Lyse" is derived from the Lysefjorden, "the fjord of light", on which the building stood.
Lyse Abbey was founded in 1146 by Sigurd, Bishop of Bergen, on farmland that he owned, as the Christianisation of Norway was nearing completion. The first monks were brought from Fountains Abbey in Yorkshire, England.There is not much left of it today, but it is treated as a National Monument.
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