Guangdong Assembly Hall, built during the 33rd year of the Guangxi Emperor's ruling period (1907), sits near the south gate of Tianjin Old City. An Islamism Mosque, built in the 42nd year of the Kangxi Emperor's ruling period (1703), sits in the northwest corner. A Queen of Heaven Palace sits on the northeast corner of the city, built in the Yuantaiding third year (1326) and used for sacrificing navigation eudemon. A Jade Emperor Pavilion was built in the second year of the Xuande Emperor's ruling period (1427) during the Ming Dynasty. Beside the Lion Forest Bridge is a Zion and a church built during the 30th year of the Guangxu Emperor's ruling period during the Qing Dynasty (1904). The Laoxi Kai Church at Dushan Road and Binjing Avenue in the Heping District is open to foreigners; however, non-Christians are not allowed to enter.