The cultural achievements of the Weimar period
Marlene Dietrich performing in a cabaret
People became more liberal in their views on sex and homosexuality. (Nationalists didn't like these changes and wanted to go back to tradition)
Germans had much more freedom to express themselves in art and performances as there was much less censorship in the new Weimar Republic.
One form of culture that emerged was Cabaret. During the Golden Age, it was widely enjoyed and was based on political humour.
Other types of visual arts also became more popular. Paintings now included more details and people were often seen nude in pictures.
Furthermore, there was an increase in American culture, making Jazz very popular.
Weimar Germany also became well-known in Science and Philosophy. Notable figures for science are Albert Einstein and Max Planck who worked in Germany in the 1920s, while a very influential philosopher in the 20th century, Martin Heidegger, worked in Berlin and published a book out of the now 3rd largest city in the world.