LINGUISTICS & CULTURE
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On suggests physical contact, as we see in the example "the book is on the table/a picture hanging on a wall."
At is used to talk about places within a room or large space:
In / at / on the corner
Say 'in the corner of a room', but 'at the corner (or 'on the corner') of a street':
That's a pretty box in the corner of the room.
I'll get off at the next corner.
So, to my thinking "There is a drugstore AT the next corner." (my personal preference
But it could be "There is a drugstore ON the next corner." as well. (that would come as my second option, but it´s up to you which one to choose.)
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