Amance is a commune of 332 inhabitants (as of January 1, 2011 ) in the department of Meurthe -et -Moselle in the Lorraine region. It belongs to the district of the canton of Nancy and Malzéville.
The community Amance situated on a mountain spur of the 407 m high Grandmont, about ten kilometers north-east of the city center of Nancy. The eastern half of the municipal area is wooded and part of the Forêt d' Amance. To the municipality, the hamlet Fleur Fontaine is one (Château with courtyard ) and a complex of buildings of INRA.
Neighbours non Amance are Bouxières -aux- Chenes to the west and north, Bey -sur -Seille ( point of contact ) and Brin -sur -Seille in the northeast, Mazerulles in the east, Champenoux the southeast, Laneuvelotte in the south and Laitre -sous- Amance in the southwest.
Amance was from 1790 to 1801 chief town of a canton.
- Church of Saint -Jean -Baptiste, Monument historique