Modern icon

Volkswagen third-generation Beetle will make young friends fast e’re happy to report that the design of the 21 st Century Beetle largely stays true to its initial concept: a sterner, masculine vision, and one that promised to look and feel fun. VW’s chief designer Walter de Silva realised that it was pointless trying to reinvent the old, iconic Beetle. It was created for a world that no longer exists. The 21st Century version is, well, 21st century. It’s larger, wider, bulkier and heavier than it was before. The wheel arches are less pronounced, and the roof is flatter and longer.

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V.Krival 21 th we will meet at the Plaza more!

Kryval: "The efforts of businessmen are on the rise. And it all started with the fact that the first six applicants strike on December 10 did not abandon his own ideas. Not shaken and not looked back. At the moment, lasts the same trend. But on January 10 people were already in the area a couple of times more. "Ulitenok: "Accordingly, and arrested …"Kryval: "Neither renounced the hidden. And I think the 21st meet more people. Way, is what I suggested to meet every 10, 20, 30 of the month, and between them — about local administrations. If there entrepreneurs

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Ocean attacks: who will flood into the 21st century?

Planet Earth should be called the "Water", joked geographers, keeping in mind the figure of two-thirds of the earth's surface is oceans. His uncontrollable "behavior" — one of the themes of the UN Conference on Climate Change to be held from November 29 to December 10 in Cancun (Mexico). And the main question is how the screenplay-disaster: what cities will flood in the first place, if the sea levels will rise by the end of the 21st century on a meter? Pictures waves Surf photographer Clark Little. Under the threat of flooding are St. Petersburg, Yamal Peninsula, Northern Germany

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