Deep inlet, Norwegian Sea, eastern central coast of Greenland. It runs inland for 70 mi (110 km) and has numerous fjords (the longest is 280 mi, or 451 km) and two large islands. It was charted by William Scoresby in 1822.
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Scoresby is a suburb of Melbourne, Australia, in the state of Victoria. It is in the Local Government Area of the City of Knox. In the Parish system of Victoria (mainly used with land-ownership documents) the local parish is called Scoresby, a part of the County of Mornington.
Following the First World War, George Hodges Knox settled and established an orchard in Scoresby. He later became a member of Parliament, and was knighted. The City of Knox is named after George Knox.
During the 1950s the market garden industry grew. Scoresby became the brussel sprout capital of Victoria. In 1959 subdivision of the market gardens began.
Scoresby contains a number of extensive industrial estates which are home to a variety of major national and international corporations including Nintendo's Australian HQ.
Caribbean Gardens, an entertainment precinct and market, is open every Wednesday and Sunday. The precinct is centered around Caribbean Lake, which was built for the testing of boats by the boat manufacturer Caribbean Boats. Activities at Caribbean Gardens include buying and selling of all kinds of products, eating, drinking, walking around, music played by bands and computer swap meets. Another important "Caribbean" place in Scoresby is Caribbean Roller Skating Rink.