That was the question we posed to you, our Press visitors, on social media on Monday as the place celebrated St Andrew’s Working day.

We predicted a various response and you did not disappoint with solutions various from our health care marvels and luscious landscapes, to happy comments on our good banter and class cuisine.

Neil Philp stated: “Our heritage, our tradition, our artistic arts, our mother nature and countryside, our folks and our background of innovation and good impact on the word.”

Caroline Gillon said patriotically: “Everything about Scotland, it is in the blood.”

Her views were being echoed by Richard Crichton, who commented: “It belongs to me, as a lot as I belong to it!”

Iain Davidson reported: “The landscape, and all the castles and wealthy history.”

Auxi Sousa extra: “I am happy of the Scottish men and women and its beautiful landscapes.”

Gayle Evans pointed out that, “our diversity as a nation”, is a thing worth celebrating with so a lot of people today from all over the globe deciding on to make Scotland their household.

Matt Joyner is an case in point of that and he commented: “Not Scottish by birth but adopted by the individuals of Scotland.

“Twelfth yr right here and loving everyday living.”

Craig Robertson proposed a lot of elements of lifestyle in Scotland to celebrate and acquire delight in.

He claimed: “Heritage heather, hills, haggis, pipes, scotch pies and individuals.”

Speaking of scotch pies, two other fellas got in touch with their very own culinary favourites.

Liam McGhee explained: “Steak bridies.”

Bruce Murie explained: “Square sausage.”

Meanwhile, Julie Rackstraw also additional: “The meals, consume and enthusiasm we have as a country.”

Scotland’s extremely-acclaimed faucet h2o also acquired a mention from Mark Bennett, who commented: “Being able to consume straight from the faucet.”

Transferring absent from the meals and consume aisle for a instant, a selection of you stated how happy you were of Scotland’s tackling of social and overall health difficulties.

Sas Kelso, for case in point, reported: “Period poverty: Scotland to start with (country) in the entire world to make interval goods no cost.

“This surely will make me happy of Scotland.”

Heather Graham remarked that Sir Alexander Fleming’s discovery of penicillin in 1928 ought to also be a issue of national pleasure.

She explained: “The creation/discovery of Penicillin.

“Saved a lot of lives all over the world.”

Sharon McHale was total of praise for the Scottish folks, incorporating: “Our banter, 100 per cent”.

In the meantime, Scotland’s abundant new music background got a mention from Gilian Adie.

Lastly, Patricia Smith mentioned our appears, surroundings and landmarks ought to be cherished.

She claimed: “The skirl of the pipes, the sight of heather and Edinburgh Castle.”