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Arraye-et-Han (Frankreich)
Region Grand Est
Department (No) Meurthe-et-Moselle (54)
Arrondissement Nancy
Canton Entre Seille et Meurthe
Community association Seille et Grand Couronné
Coordinates 48° 50′ N, 6° 18′ ECoordinates 48° 50′ N, 6° 18′ O
Height 189–228 m
Area 10,36 km²
Inhabitants 360 (January 1, 2018)
Population density 35 inhabitants/km²
Postal code 54760
INSEE code

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Chapel Saint-Pierre

Arraye-et-Han is a commune in the Meurthe-et-Moselle department in the Grand Est region (Lorraine until 2015) in north-central France with a population of 360 as of 1 January 2018. The commune is part of the arrondissement of Nancy and the canton of Entre Seille et Meurthe (until 2015: canton of Nomeny).


Arraye-et-Han is located about 20 kilometers northeast of Nancy on the Seille River, which borders the commune to the east. Arraye-et-Han is surrounded by the neighbouring communes of Chenicourt and Ajoncourt to the north, Fossieux to the north and northeast, Malaucourt-sur-Seille to the east, Manhoué to the south and southeast, Armaucourt to the south, Leyr to the south and southwest, Moivrons to the west and Jeandelaincourt to the northwest.


During the wars 1870/71 and 1914-1918 with Germany, Arraye-et-Han was partly at the front.

Population development

Year 1962 1968 1975 1982 1990 1999 2006 2013
Inhabitants 248 276 253 240 319 332 333 343
Source: Cassini and INSEE

Worth seeing

  • Saint-Étienne church from the 19th century, rebuilt in 1918
  • Chapel Saint-Pierre in Han
  • Arraye Castle from the 18th century

Web links

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