The Conservation and Protection of The Alhambra of Granada works in the area of the wall of the Barranca de Fuentepeña, located in the sector known as Cuesta del Rey Chico, to consolidate a section that has collapsed.
The public patronage that manages the monumental site has reported that the transit through the Cuesta del Rey Chico has not been affected by this incident. The section of the Fuentepeña wall was built in the 20th century and is within the intervention area of Paseo de Romayla, closed to public access.
The Cuesta del Rey Chico, popularly known as the Cuesta de los Chinos for its partial cobblestone with pebbles, allows pedestrian walks along a medieval road that unites the Alhambra with the Albaicín and the Sacromonte.
It starts next to the Darro River, at the end of the Paseo de los Tristes and owes its name to the historical legend for which Aixa, the mother of King Chico Boabdil, would facilitate the escape of her son to head the rebels, who were entrenched in the Albaicín, against his father.