“Green roofs” were used by our ancestors in ancient times. For example, in Scandinavia and Central Asia the roofs were covered by grass and moss in order to achieve heat insulation and to provide water flow. In 20th century roof gardens gained special development and popularity in the USA and Europe. This article will tell you how and for what purposes they are used.
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