ABBA fans will be relieved to know that the exhibition dedicated to their stunning career, sounds and videos, which has travelled the world since its inception in 2009, will find a permanent home in Stockholm, Sweden.

The museum features some of the band's memorable stage costumes - diagonal blue stripes, dungarees and all, instruments and other mementoes. One highlight of the exhibition is a reconstruction of the holiday hut from the Stockholm island, where Benny and Bjorn sat and wrote some of their many hits.

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Nearly 400 million record sales - no wonder they're smiling

A quick survey in this office has revealed that, for some of us, there was no such thing as an 'ABBA revival'. Because, for us, they never left. And we have seen this exhibition ourselves, on two separate sides of the globe.

But we can't be alone. The Swedish quartet has sold nearly 400 million records since its heyday in the 1970s, and was this week confirmed again as the artists behind the UK's best-selling CD, with their ABBA Gold outselling all the other iconic chart-settlers like Michael Jackson, Queen and Dire Straits.

MORE: 12 Things That SHOULD Be Into The ABBA Museum

So, for the first in our new Wednesday Wallow series where we delve into all things nostalgic, we ask... What Is Your Favourite ABBA Song? and let us know if we've missed it out in our poll. It's understandable, they never wrote a duff note, but we've tried to include all the classics. But what's the best?!

VOTE For Your Favourite ABBA Song Below

AP reports former band member Bjoern Ulvaeus confirming today that "ABBA The Museum" will be part of a Swedish music hall of fame to be inaugurated in Stockholm next spring.

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  • Abba, the top-selling Swedish group

    Abba, the top-selling Swedish group, on stage at Wembley Arena during their concerts which mark the group's first appearance in Britain for three years.

  • Anna and Frida perform "Waterloo" in rehearsals

    Anna and Frida of the Abba group singing Sweden's entry, "Waterloo", during a dress rehearsal in Brighton for the Eurovision Song contest.

  • ABBA Royal Albert Hall

    Agnetha Faltskog (left), Bjorn Ulvaeus and Annifrid Lyngstad during the concert by Swedish pop group ABBA at the Royal Albert Hall.

  • ABBA disc

    A trophy presented to ABBA for celebrating worldwide sales of over 360,000,000 on the stage to celebrates 5th year anniversary of West End Musical Mamma Mia at the Prince Edward Theatre in central London.

  • ABBA

    17th NOVEMBER : On this day in 1974 pop group ABBA begun their first tour of Europe. The four members of Swedish pop group "Abba" . From left to right: Benny Anderson, Anni-Fryd Lyngstad, Anna Falkstog and Bjorn Ulvaeus on their way to a press conference at Crockford's Club in London Carlton House Terrace. *The group were in Britain to attend the premiere of their first film, ABBA - The Movie, at the Warner West End 2 Cinema in Leicester Square. Much of the film is about their Australian tour.

  • ABBA : 1974

    1/4/74 : SWEDISH POP GROUP "ABBA" IN LONDON FOR A PHOTOCALL TO PROMOTE THEIR SONG "WATERLOO" WHICH THEY WILL ENTER INTO THE EUROVISON SONG CONTEST IN BRIGHTON. FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: BENNY ANDERSSON, FRIDA LYNGSTAD, ANNA FALTSKOG AND BJORG ULVAEUS

  • Abba congratulate each other

    The pop group Abba congratulate each other in Brighton, after winning the Eurovision Song Contest for Sweden with "Waterloo", sung by the girls, Annifrid Lyngstad (Frida), second left, and Agnetha Faltskog (Anna). The other group members, Benny Andersson, left, and Bjorn Ulvaeus, composed the song.

  • Swedish pop group Abba

    Swedish pop group Abba meet a mounted policeman as they relax in Brighton, after their victory in the Eurovision Song Contest. From left: Agnetha Faltskog (Anna), Bjorn Ulvaeus, Benny Andersson and Annifrid Lyngstad (Frida). The men composed the winning song, "Waterloo", which was sung by the girls.

  • Abba - Heathrow Airport - London

    Swedish pop group ABBA (from left) Benny Andersson, Annifrid Lyngatad, Agnetha Faltskog and Bjorn Ulvaeus at Heathrow Airport.

  • Music - Eurovision Song Contest 1974 - Brighton

    SWEDISH POP GROUP "ABBA" AT THE EUROVISION SONG CONTEST IN BRIGHTON IN WHICH THEY WON WITH THEIR SONG "WATERLOO". FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: BJORN ULVAEUS, AGNETHA FALKSTOG, ANNIFRID LYNGSTAD AND BENNY ANDERSSON

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    Swedish pop group, ABBA. (l-r) Annfrid, Benny (front) Bjorn (back) and Agnetha.

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    ABBA's Anna, Bjorn, Frida, and Benny after they won the Eurovision Song Contest with "Waterloo".

  • ABBA & Princess Margaret

    Princess Margaret with four members of the Swedish pop group "Abba" afther she had presented them with the Carl-Alan group Award for 1977 at the Lyceum Ballroom in London. (l-r) Anni-Fryd Lyngstad, Benny Anderson, Bjorn Ulvaeus and Anna Falkstog.

  • Music - ABBA - European & Australian Tour - Gothenburg, Sweden

    ABBA perform on stage in Sweden. (l-r) Bjorn Ulvaeus, Anni-Fryd Lyngstad and Agnetha Faltskog

  • Music - ABBA - European & Australian Tour - Gothenburg, Sweden

    ABBA wish their fans goodnight after performing in Sweden. (l-r) Bjorn Ulvaeus, Agnetha Faltskog, Anni-Fryd Lyngstad and Benny Anderson

  • Music - ABBA - Royal Albert Hall, London

    Bjorn Ulvaeus, Agnetha Faltskog, and Frida Lyngstad, right, from Swedish pop group ABBA on stage at the Wembley Arena, London.

  • Music - ABBA - Wembley Arena, London

    Agnetha Faltskog, left, and Frida Lyngstad, female members of Swedish pop group ABBA on stage at the Wembley Arena, London.

  • Music - ABBA - Wembley Arena, London

    Bjorn Ulvaeus, from Swedish pop group ABBA on stage at the Wembley Arena, London.

  • Music - ABBA - Wembley Arena, London

    Agnetha Faltskog, from Swedish pop group ABBA on stage at the Wembley Arena, London.

  • Music - ABBA - European & Australian Tour - Gothenburg, Sweden

    ABBA perform on stage in Sweden. (l-r) Agnetha Faltskog and Anni-Frid Lyngstad

The museum will feature some of the band's glitzy stage costumes, instruments and other mementos that were displayed in the ABBAWORLD exhibition that toured Europe and Australia in 2009-2011.

Ulvaeus said he hoped all four former ABBA members would attend the opening, but ruled out any chance of a stage comeback: "We are the only group of that status that has never been reunited. I think that is cool."

Now feel free to vote. Mine is When All Is Said And Done - and yes, it was long BEFORE Meryl got all sentimental at the end of Mamma Mia!) - but don't let that influence you! Have your say below...

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