By 2019, the Center for the Promotion of Science, in collaboration with science clubs, teacher training centers and local governments, has opened 10 science parks across the country. These are classrooms, but also playgrounds, which the students and citizens in general have not had the opportunity to see in this region. Beneath the open sky, large exhibits speak and teach citizens about mathematics, biology, chemistry, architecture, physics, psychology, history and various other sciences. These parks are used differently by parents, teachers, students and preschoolers. Each of them learns something new in their own way and tests their previous knowledge through play – and fun.