A river runs through it. Glasgow is divided into two discrete partitions by the River Clyde: the north and south sides. Most of the city's main amenities and landmarks are in the north side, including the town centre, City Chambers, Glasgow and Strathclyde Universities, the Barras, the Barrowlands, Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, Glasgow Cathedral, the Provand's Lordship and several theatres, art galleries and nightclubs. The north also has a less prefabricated and more bohemian feel. That said, however, the south does have a far nicer Odeon multiplex.