The Plaza de la Trinidad is located in the centre of Toulouse, between the Capitol and the place of the Carmelites. A well once stood in the centre of the square, replaced in the early nineteenth century by a fountain. The square is named after the old nineteenth century convent which once stood here. There's a majestic statue of the Three Graces in the middle, and all the buildings are very beautiful. Surprisingly, some are social housing. It's best to go in winter, when the statue is made all the more beautiful by the covering of frost.