|Community association||Sarreguemines Confluences|
|surface||6.94 km 2|
|Residents||825 (January 1, 2017)|
|Population density||119 inhabitants / km 2|
Zetting (German Settingen ) is a French commune with 825 inhabitants (as of January 1, 2017) in the Moselle department in the Grand Est region (until 2015 Lorraine ). It belongs to the Sarreguemines arrondissement .
Zetting lies at an altitude between 195 and 293 m above sea level, the mean height is 144 m. The municipality covers 6.94 km². Like its neighboring communities Wittring and Sarreinsming, the village is on the banks of the Saar and the Saar Canal , southeast of Sarreguemines and as the crow flies about five kilometers from the German border. On the opposite bank, the Schwartzbach flows into the Saar, and the Goldbach flows through the municipality near the village.
The village church of Saint-Marcel is known for its medieval round tower from the 11th century, its baroque altar made of gilded wood and the painted windows from the 15th century. The parish was formerly under the Abbey of Tholey . For a long time the place belonged to the county of Nassau-Saarbrücken , in 1795 it came to France. With a contract dated November 20, 1815, the municipality became part of the Moselle department. From 1871 to 1919 the place belonged to the Saargemünd district (Sarreguemines) in the German Empire. There is a partnership with today's municipality of Tholey in Saarland .
Zetting has a stop on the railway line from Saarbrücken to Strasbourg, which first runs along the Saar and then through the crooked Alsace .