A shopping center in my neighborhood. It stands right next to an old cemetery, so the contrast is spiritual versus... what material?
Other that that, I buy mostly grocers these days. A specific about Prague is that you can go to many small shops run by Vietnamese families. They are on every busy street and on some quieter ones as well. They don't have everything, you can say they don't cook from the same ingredients they offer in their stores. But they are very polite. And their little "minimarkets" are at hand anywhere you go.
As for shopping, I wonder if anyone in the corner view will mention the way women in Naples/Napoli (yes, Italy) buy grocers. I saw it personally. If they live on a street where vendors have their stalls, they drop the basket on a string from the window, with money and list of goodies in it and a vendor fills it in. They pull it up, shopping has been done.
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