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Green Rooftop Terraces Puzzle Details:

About: In this fun new puzzle we feature some very colorful building with green roofs. These kind of roofs and terraces are partially or completely covered with vegetation and a growing medium, planted over a waterproofing membrane. Green roofs serve several purposes for a building, such as absorbing rainwater, providing insulation, creating a habitat for wildlife and decreasing stress of the people around the roof by providing a more aesthetically pleasing landscape. An environmental benefit of greens roofs is the ability to sequester carbon.

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