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Princess Changping (长平公主) was a historical figure in China’s Tang Dynasty (618-907). She was the youngest daughter of Emperor Gaozong and Empress Wu Zetian, the only female emperor in Chinese history. Princess Changping was born in 655 AD and died in 730 AD at the age of 76.

Princess Changping was known for her intelligence and her love for literature and poetry. She was well-educated and often engaged in scholarly pursuits. She also had a talent for calligraphy and was known for her beautiful handwriting.

Despite her royal status, Princess Changping lived a simple and humble life. She was known for her kindness and compassion towards the people, and was often involved in charitable activities. She also had a close relationship with her sister, Princess Taiping, who was also a prominent figure in Tang Dynasty.

Princess Changping was buried in the Qianling Mausoleum, along with other members of the Tang royal family. Today, her tomb is a popular tourist attraction in China.