Charming little village in the Pays Messin, in the heart of the Moselle, Arry takes place just twenty kilometers from Metz, in an exceptional natural setting. Perched on the shores of the Moselle, it is not far from Marieulles, Arnaville and Pommerieux.
Populated since the Gallo-Roman era, the town was long a dependency of the abbey of Gorze. Pilled in 1443 by the Ecorcheurs, armed troops who practiced the looting and the ransom, it then knows a more peaceful history and a connection with the kingdom of France in the second half of the eighteenth century. Annexed to the German Empire in the nineteenth century, it was also the scene of heavy fighting during the Second World War.
Arry continues to attract visitors today thanks to its rich cultural heritage and exceptional charm. The village is also an excellent starting point for exploring the Moselle Valley, the Seille Valley, the Moselle wine cellars, the spas and the Rupt de Mad valley.