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The given line graph demonstrates how many international tourists pay visits to three destinations in a certain European nation in the two-decade period starting from the year 1987.

Overall, while the number of foreign visitors came to the country’s coast and mountains experienced an upward trend in spite of some fluctuations, a nosedive could be seen in that of abroad travelers visited the lakes after having hit the highest point. However, over the time framed, the quantity of traveling foreigners spending time on the coastal area registered the highest figures out of three examined groups.

In 1987, the number of overseas visitors reaching to the mountainous regions stood at 20 thousand. After increasing moderately, this figure turned back to its start yet quickly made a fluctuating recovery then and rising to approximately 35 thousand people at the end of the course. Likewise, despite starting the period at 40 thousand prior to having a slight decline, that of who visited the coast still maintained a relatively consistent growth with some inconsiderable variations. This figure, in the end, hit the peak of an estimatedly 75 thousand people to be the highest one overall and double that of its begin.

On the other hand, the number of overseas tourists to the lakes reached its peak at 75 thousand to be the highest figure out of three noticed categories in the year 2002. Nevertheless, this figure soon slumped to merely 50 thousand in 2007.

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