You can use the Call HTTP Web Service to utilise SharePoint's REST API. This means you can use the REST API to create a list in SharePoint.
Edit: Some additional information regarding list templates and an article that may be of help
The REST API allows you to create a lists based on out of the box templates e.g. Calendar, Tasks etc. You will need to set the ...
See a post with similar issue here: Search Error - 404 Not Found. It seems that your SharePoint installation is missing fundamental components or patches and identified as incomplete.
I would suggest you check the ULS logs/System Event Viewer for detailed error message on this issue.
Also, run the SharePoint Configuration Wizard again to see if there is any ...
Check below as well, I could be the load balancer.
Just to upgrade the feature is not going to to it, I had to specify the addition of elements on upgrade explicitly in the feature manifest like this:
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8" ?>