Long and narrow, hemmed in between mountainous tropical forest and the Atlantic Ocean, Rio is divided into two zones: North (Zona Norte) and South (Zona Sul). The two regions converge at the center of the city - the business, financial and historic seat of Rio. The Zona Norte is an industrial hub. The main point of interest is the Maracana football stadium and the National Museum. The famed Zona Sul, stretches south down the coast from the center, where you are able to find Corcovado, the mountain upon which the statue of Christ stands. It is a useful reference point. The statue is looking out over Botafogo to Sugar Loaf across the bay in Urca; to its left is Center of Rio. To its right is the Zona Sul. The Reboucas Tunnel runs directly underneath Corcovado and links Lagoa, Ipanema and Leblon with Downtown. Fashionable neighborhood of Leblon (where the Marina All Suites is located) and Ipanema lies between the ocean and the lagoon, Lagoa Rodrigo de Freitas. Inland from the lagoon are the residential districts of Lagoa and Jardim Botanico. In downtown, the two main avenues, Avenida Presidente Vargas and Avenida Rio Branco run perpendicular to each other. Running south along the coast from the city center are the neighborhoods of Gloria, Flamengo, Botafogo, Leme, Copacabana, Ipanema, Leblon, Sao Conrado, and Barra da Tijuca (home of the giant shopping malls and hypermarkets).