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They are German and early 19th century but I assume you have heard/seen Fidelio and Freischütz?
If you like colorful romanticism and are not too bothered by odd, implausible action (or no real action at all) you could also try Weber's Oberon and Euryanthe.
 

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I think you have the "basics" from the fields you are most interested in, i.e. roughly Mozart through early 1900s and no Weber, Wagner, Strauss pretty well covered. Except maybe Norma, Smetana's "Bartered Bride" and one of Rimsky's and I think you already got recommendations for them (I couldn't add anything here):
So I think the most plausible thing would be to try stuff outside this time frame or German 19th century.
 
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