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Stones have always been used also for covering roofs all over the world with more or less thin natural thicknesses (ground level).
The formats are both irregular polygonal, and variously squared, with sawn, sheared, notched edges, with or without prearranged holes for fixing, etc.
Now mechanically cut slabs with non-natural fixed and flat thicknesses are also used.
You can therefore have roofs of various colors, usually around grays, greens and blacks, of more or less rustic or irregular aspects, of greater or lesser weight.
Once upon a time the roofs necessarily have to stop the rains; now, with the waterproofing of the underlying structures, they may not even have this characteristic, thus allowing a “stone roof” effect, with greater lightness, less overlapping and minor slopes, etc., etc.