Amsterdam is the Mecca for marijuana lovers around the world, but the city may have recently been dethroned. According to Designboom, a palace in Barcelona that dates back to the 15th century has been restored over the past decade by architect Jordi Romeu and now houses the Hash Marihuana Cáñamo & Hemp Museum. The historical institution has roots in the Netherlands and boasts a collection of thousands of objects, including 17th century paintings, pipes, and other artifacts.

Jordi Romeu is based in Barcelona, and his previous projects include numerous upscale hotels, office buildings, and private homes, but this is probably the most lavish and oldest property that the architect has worked on. While the collection at the Hemp Museum is cool, the new space is incredible and will definitely get more people in the doors to check out the paraphernalia and to learn more about the various uses of hemp and marijuana.

Image via Designboom / Antonio Wijkmark
Image via Designboom / Antonio Wijkmark
Image via Designboom / Antonio Wijkmark
Image via Designboom / Antonio Wijkmark

[via Designboom]