Kieounava Memorial Wall
Kieounava Memorial Wall is a memorial dedicated in memory of the 246 victims of the town of Kieounava who were murdered by insurgents and terrorists during the 2003-2006 Vulshainian Civil War as the townsfolk attempted to flee to safety on August 2, 2004. Two of the victims were Kirin and Vikki Olekalexein, the parents of King Samuil Rainard and Confederate Premier Cecilia Rainard. Kirin and Vikki were beatened and left for dead before they were discovered by their son Samuil and his unit. They died in his arms on August 5, 2004, the day of their wedding anniversity. The human man next to the 246 names was a Celiam Methodist minister and retired military officer, Reverand Tanner Franklin, who hid many children in his church's basement. He was executed by the insurgents for refusing to tell the terrorists where he had hid the children. All 89 children survived.
On August 2, the people of Kieounava have a candlelight service and a moment of silence as the song, Angels of the Motherland, is played. Angels of the Motherland is a often played by flutes, recorders, lutes, and elbow pipes.