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At Windsor castle in the UK was the party in the style of ABBA

Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II

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TASS, 13 Aug. Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II has consented to a private party for employees of the Royal court and their guests at Windsor castle. It was attended by about 500 people. As reported in the Sunday newspaper the Daily Mail, the main theme of the event was the work popular in the 1970’s, the Swedish musical Quartet ABBA.

According to the newspaper, the guests were dressed in costumes that were popular in those years, and performed on stage with a tribute band of the legendary team. The event entourage, as the newspaper notes, was not chosen by chance – one of my favorite songs is Queen Elizabeth II Dancing Queen 1976.

Group ABBA, one of the most popular in the history of music, was established in 1972. During the ten years of its existence, the Quartet has released eight albums .

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