I’ve puzzled over this sign for many years. What does it mean? Is it some foreign language? Obviously ‘Efidice’ isn’t an English word.
Its obviously a sign created by a dyslexic person. Obviously its meant to say “Edifice Apsidal”.
Or even Apsidal Edifice.
That sorts out the non-englishness of the matter, but what is absidal or apsidal you ask? I didn’t know either so I looked it up:
WHAT DOES APSIDAL MEAN IN ENGLISH
In architecture, the apse (Greek ἀψίς (apsis), then Latin absis: “arch, vault”; sometimes written apsis; plural apsides) is a semicircular recess covered with a hemispherical vault or semi-dome, also known as an Exedra. In Romanesque, Byzantine and Gothic Christian abbey, cathedral and church architecture, the term is applied to a semi-circular or polygonal termination of the main building at the liturgical east end (where the altar is), regardless of the shape of the roof, which may be flat, sloping, domed, or hemispherical.
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