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Scarborough may refer to:
- Scarborough, Western Australia, suburb of Perth
- Scarborough, New South Wales
- Scarborough, Queensland
- Scarborough, Ontario, a former municipality in the City of Toronto
- Scarboro, Calgary, a neighbourhood in Calgary, Alberta
- Scarborough, New Zealand, a suburb of Christchurch
- Scarborough, Cape Town, on the west coast of the Cape Peninsula
South China Sea
- Scarborough Shoal, a group of islands disputed by the People's Republic of China, the Republic of China and Philippines.
Trinidad and Tobago
- Scarborough, North Yorkshire
- Scarborough railway station, in Scarborough, North Yorkshire.
- Scarborough (borough), local government district
- Scarborough (UK Parliament constituency), which existed from 1295 until 1918, and from 1974 to 1997
- Scarborough Castle, located in North Yorkshire
- Scarborough, Maine
- Scarborough, New York, a hamlet in Briarcliff Manor
- Scarborough Renaissance Festival in Waxahachie, Texas
- Scarborough Beach (Rhode Island) in Narragansett, Rhode Island
- Scarborough F.C., a football club formerly based in Scarborough, England
- Scarborough Athletic F.C., a football club created by the supporters' trust of the old club
- Scarborough Evening News, a local newspaper for Scarborough, England.
- Scarborough Mere, is a natural lake in the Weaponness Valley, Scarborough, England
- Scarborough Van Assembly, Former General Motors Assembly plant
- Scarborough (1782 ship), convict transport ship on First Fleet and Second Fleet to New South Wales
- Scarborough Fair (ballad), a famous English ballad
- Scarborough Research, company researching consumer insights and media habits, a joint venture between Nielsen Company and Arbitron
- Scarborough (play), written by Fiona Evans and performed at the Royal Court Theatre in 2008
- HMS Scarborough, the name of several ships of Britain's Royal Navy
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