Open your books at page 5.
There is a picture of the prince on page 5.
Is there a difference between at page and on page?
There may be some difference between British English and North American English, but as a Canadian English speaker, I much prefer Open your books to page 5. There is a picture of the prince on page 5 sounds correct to me. So the preposition to sounds better when collocated with an action verb like open or turn, but on sounds correct when not.
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