The line graph below shows the percentage of tourists to England who visited four different attractions in Brighton. Summarize the information by selecting and reporting the main features and make comparisons where relevant.
The given line graph illustrates the details of the ratio of foreigners who visited four various attractions in Brighton, which is situated in England, from 1980 to 2010. It includes four different places an art gallery, pavilion and festival.
At a cursory glance, it can be noticed that more tourists are interested in visiting the pavilion; from time to time, people lose interest in visiting art galleries.
In detail, the number of visitors to the pavilion had a huge rise from 20% to almost 50% in 1995 and faced a dramatic fall to 30% in 2000. From next onwards, only a slight change was experienced in the number of visitors visiting the pavilion. In terms of the art gallery, almost the same has happened compared to the pavilion. A significant rose was experienced to 40% in the year. After that, the number of visitors was reduced to about 10% in the year 2010.
Moving on, the visitors who visited the festival and pier had a fluctuating trend. A few people started visiting the pier in the year 1980; later, its number increased and reached 20% in 2010. If we consider the festival, 30% of people were interested in watching this, which followed a similar trend in the later years.
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