Arrondissement of Lunéville

The arrondissement of Lunéville is an arrondissement of France in the Meurthe-et-Moselle department in the Grand Est region. It has 164 communes.

Lunéville
Location of Lunéville in Lorraine
Location of Lunéville in Lorraine
CountryFrance
RegionGrand Est
DepartmentMeurthe-et-Moselle
Communes164
SubprefectureLunéville
Area
¹
 • Total1,451 km2 (560 sq mi)
Population
 (2013)
 • Total79,567
 • Density55/km2 (140/sq mi)
¹ French Land Register data, which exclude lakes, ponds, and glaciers larger than 1 km² as well as the estuaries of rivers.

Composition

Cantons

The cantons of the arrondissement of Lunéville are:

Communes

The communes of the arrondissement of Lunéville, and their INSEE codes, are:

1. Amenoncourt (54013) 2. Ancerviller (54014) 3. Angomont (54017)
4. Anthelupt (54020) 5. Arracourt (54023) 6. Athienville (54026)
7. Autrepierre (54030) 8. Avricourt (54035) 9. Azerailles (54038)
10. Baccarat (54039) 11. Badonviller (54040) 12. Barbas (54044)
13. Barbonville (54045) 14. Bathelémont (54050) 15. Bauzemont (54053)
16. Bayon (54054) 17. Bertrambois (54064) 18. Bertrichamps (54065)
19. Bezange-la-Grande (54071) 20. Bienville-la-Petite (54074) 21. Bionville (54075)
22. Blainville-sur-l'Eau (54076) 23. Blâmont (54077) 24. Blémerey (54078)
25. Bonviller (54083) 26. Borville (54085) 27. Brouville (54101)
28. Brémoncourt (54098) 29. Bréménil (54097) 30. Bures (54106)
31. Buriville (54107) 32. Bénaménil (54061) 33. Chanteheux (54116)
34. Charmois (54121) 35. Chazelles-sur-Albe (54124) 36. Chenevières (54125)
37. Cirey-sur-Vezouze (54129) 38. Clayeures (54130) 39. Coincourt (54133)
40. Courbesseaux (54139) 41. Crion (54147) 42. Croismare (54148)
43. Crévic (54145) 44. Damelevières (54152) 45. Deneuvre (54154)
46. Deuxville (54155) 47. Domjevin (54163) 48. Domptail-en-l'Air (54170)
49. Domèvre-sur-Vezouze (54161) 50. Drouville (54173) 51. Einvaux (54175)
52. Einville-au-Jard (54176) 53. Emberménil (54177) 54. Essey-la-Côte (54183)
55. Fenneviller (54191) 56. Flainval (54195) 57. Flin (54199)
58. Fontenoy-la-Joûte (54201) 59. Fraimbois (54206) 60. Franconville (54209)
61. Froville (54216) 62. Frémonville (54211) 63. Fréménil (54210)
64. Gerbéviller (54222) 65. Giriviller (54228) 66. Glonville (54229)
67. Gogney (54230) 68. Gondrexon (54233) 69. Gélacourt (54217)
70. Hablainville (54243) 71. Haigneville (54245) 72. Halloville (54246)
73. Harbouey (54251) 74. Haudonville (54255) 75. Haussonville (54256)
76. Herbéviller (54259) 77. Hoéville (54262) 78. Hudiviller (54269)
79. Hénaménil (54258) 80. Hériménil (54260) 81. Igney (54271)
82. Jolivet (54281) 83. Juvrecourt (54285) 84. Lachapelle (54287)
85. Lamath (54292) 86. Landécourt (54293) 87. Laneuveville-aux-Bois (54297)
88. Laronxe (54303) 89. Leintrey (54308) 90. Lorey (54324)
91. Loromontzey (54325) 92. Lunéville (54329) 93. Magnières (54331)
94. Maixe (54335) 95. Manonviller (54349) 96. Marainviller (54350)
97. Mattexey (54356) 98. Merviller (54365) 99. Mignéville (54368)
100. Moncel-lès-Lunéville (54373) 101. Mont-sur-Meurthe (54383) 102. Montigny (54377)
103. Montreux (54381) 104. Moriviller (54386) 105. Mouacourt (54388)
106. Moyen (54393) 107. Méhoncourt (54359) 108. Neufmaisons (54396)
109. Neuviller-lès-Badonviller (54398) 110. Nonhigny (54401) 111. Ogéviller (54406)
112. Parroy (54418) 113. Parux (54419) 114. Petitmont (54421)
115. Pettonville (54422) 116. Pexonne (54423) 117. Pierre-Percée (54427)
118. Raon-lès-Leau (54443) 119. Raville-sur-Sânon (54445) 120. Rehainviller (54449)
121. Reherrey (54450) 122. Reillon (54452) 123. Remenoville (54455)
124. Remoncourt (54457) 125. Repaix (54458) 126. Romain (54461)
127. Rozelieures (54467) 128. Réchicourt-la-Petite (54446) 129. Réclonville (54447)
130. Saint-Boingt (54471) 131. Saint-Clément (54472) 132. Saint-Germain (54475)
133. Saint-Mard (54479) 134. Saint-Martin (54480) 135. Saint-Maurice-aux-Forges (54481)
136. Saint-Rémy-aux-Bois (54487) 137. Saint-Sauveur (54488) 138. Sainte-Pôle (54484)
139. Seranville (54501) 140. Serres (54502) 141. Sionviller (54507)
142. Sommerviller (54509) 143. Tanconville (54512) 144. Thiaville-sur-Meurthe (54519)
145. Thiébauménil (54520) 146. Vacqueville (54539) 147. Val-et-Châtillon (54540)
148. Valhey (54541) 149. Vallois (54543) 150. Vathiménil (54550)
151. Vaucourt (54551) 152. Vaxainville (54555) 153. Velle-sur-Moselle (54559)
154. Veney (54560) 155. Vennezey (54561) 156. Verdenal (54562)
157. Vigneulles (54565) 158. Villacourt (54567) 159. Virecourt (54585)
160. Vitrimont (54588) 161. Vého (54556) 162. Xermaménil (54595)
163. Xousse (54600) 164. Xures (54601)

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Coordinates: 48°35′N 6°29′E / 48.583°N 6.483°E

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