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Myrtle is a town on the east coast of Reynoldsland. It is located on the country's Mistian Coast. Discovered by explorer Ryan Drakes in 1864, it was first named Drakes. It was renamed Myrtle in 1925, after area trees that resemble myrtle trees.


The town of Myrtle was founded on August 11, 1864, and named after Ryan Drakes. As Drakes, the settlement received its post office in 1897. In 1925, 61 years after being founded, the town was renamed Myrtle, and a statue of Ryan Drakes was erected in front of the Town Hall in 1928.