The line graph shows visits to and from the UK from 1979 to 1999, and the bar graph shows the most popular countries visited by UK residents in 1999. Summarize the information by selecting and reporting the main features and making comparisons where relevant.
The line chart illustrates the tourists who migrated from and to Uk between 1979 and 1999 and the graph depicts that the dwellers of the United Kingdom visited the other popular countries in 1999.
In general, the data suggests that the upward trend was experienced by visitors who migrate to Uk while the downward trend was shown by people of the UK in Turkey.
In terms of migrated people from and to the UK, there was an upward trend witnessed by visits abroad by Uk residents. To be more specific, in the initial year, visitors had a similar population in-migration from and to Uk at nearly 11 million. The excursionist visit from that country reached 19 million where the population of overseas students visited Uk was recorded as 12 million in 1984. After a decade, there was a dramatic increase of masses who went outside the Uk from 19 to 45 million whereas, the people visited Uk was experienced as almost 25 million. In last year, both reached 51 million and 28 million population who migrated from and to Uk respectively.
On the other hand, the residents of the UK overtake in Turkey was noticed as probably 2 million and there was a slight increase of 2 million people who went to Greece in the year of 1999. Moreover, the number of citizens who moved to the USA was near to 5 million, but the most popular and preferred place was France which showed the highest population of masses in the given year reached 11 million, and there was a mere difference of 2 million as compared to France from Spain.
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