The medieval fair, that was initially made up of just 15 stalls, has come a long way since it was first held 18 years ago.

The medieval fair takes place in the Budersberg quarter of Dudelange over two days this weekend. More than 90 stalls take part at this year's edition.

The tarmac roads are covered in straw and many people attend in home made costumes.

A small association from Budersberg organises the fair each year, with the help of 45 volunteers. The aim is to travel back in time and capture the medieval character of the place.

Pictures taken by René Scho at the 2018 edition