Tibidabo Barcelona (Catalan elocution: [tiβiˈðaβu]) is a mountain sitting above Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain. At 512 meters (1,680 ft), it is the tallest mountain in the Serra de Collserola. Rising strongly toward the north-west, it has sees over the city and the encompassing coastline.
The summit of the mountain is possessed by the Sagrat Cor church and contiguous Tibidabo Amusement Park. The Torre de Collserola media communications tower is a short leave. Each of the three are unmistakably obvious from the vast majority of the city of Barcelona. Planned by Enric Sagnier, the congregation took 60 years to build and is bested by a model of the Sacred Heart of Jesus by Josep Miret Llopart.
The Red Airplane of Tibidabo
Tibidabo can be come to through the Tibidabo Funicular, which was the first of its kind in Spain, and by the Tramvia Blau or street. The Transports Metropolitans de Barcelona minibus benefit 111 interfaces it to Vallvidrera town and the upper station of the Vallvidrera funicular.
Inception of name
The name gets from the Latin Vulgate Bible verses:
"… et dixit illi haec tibi omnia dabo si cadens adoraveris me" – "And saith unto him, All these things will I give thee, if thou wither tumble down and love me" (Matthew 4:9);
"… et ait ei tibi dabo potestatem hanc universam et gloriam illorum quia mihi tradita sunt et cui volo do illa" – "This power will I give thee, and the radiance of them: for that is conveyed unto me; and to whomsoever I will I give it" (Luke 4:6).
This expression, which means I will provide for you, was said to Jesus by the fallen angel as they looked down from an exceedingly high mountain upon every one of the kingdoms of the world, and the magnificence of them. The name of Barcelona's slope in this way alludes to the prevalent custom that it was in truth the exceedingly high mountain itself. The expression Tibi dabo frames some portion of the engraving in the focal vault of St. Dwindle's Basilica in Vatican City, in spite of the fact that all things considered it was attracted from Jesus' words to St. Subside in Matthew 16:19.