Lozan Anıtı is one of the most visited monument in Karaagac. Inaugurated in 1998, this monument is build in memory of the reintegration of Karaagac into the Turkish province. The monument is located inside Trakya University and consist of three high rise columns and is an architectural marvel. A sculpture of a girl that stands for peace and law is erected right in the middle of the high columns. The three columns of the monument are of different heights. The tallest of the three stands for Turkey, the smaller one stands for Edirne and the smallest is the representative of Karaağaç. The monument is a must visit as it holds historical and political significance.
Built in 1488, the Complex of Sultan Bayezid II Health Museum was devoted to health and wellness. The museum consists of different sections which highlight different aspects about the changes and evolution of medicine in the Ottoman history. Built around a mosque and consisting of multiple buildings and a hospital, the museum features artifacts from the Ottoman years depicting their role in health and wellness.
Also known as Eski Camii, the Old Mosque is a historical heritage of Turkey. Located in the busy area of Turkey, the mosque was built on the orders of Emir Süleyman; however, it was completed by his brother Sultan Mehmet I. The mosque dates back to the 15th Century and is adorned with nine domes and two minarets. The interiors are decorated with enormous calligraphy works.