So – according to modern thinking every mountain is a melted building.
Scotland is mainly granite. The Highlands are full of mountains but history tells us that in ages past the people lived in bothies. Small stone buildings with turf roofs.
How about Lincolnshire – mostly chalk and a few gentle hills.
Flat as a Flat thing.
Did Norfolk and Suffolk (the Fens) NEVER have tall buildings. Ever?
Get the script straight peeps.
Or exit stage left.