Closed or open during the shutdown? You make the call [SLIDESHOW]

Open, partially open, partially closed or closed?

Here are 11 images of national landmarks and government agencies. Can you guess which ones are closed due to the government shutdown?

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  • And the Internal Revenue Service? Not open and conducting no audits until the government is reopened. (Photo: Getty)
  • The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is closed for the shutdown. (Photo: Getty)
  • The U.S.-Canadian Border? Open and functioning. (Photo: Getty)
  • What about NASA? Unfortunately, it's closed. (Photo: Getty)
  • The U.S. Department of Homeland Security is as closed as can be. (Photo: Getty)
  • The Smithsonian Museums and the National Zoo? Definitely closed. (Photo: Getty)
  • Denali National Park? Yeah, not open, along with other parks and lands managed by the Department of the Interior. (Photo: Flickr)
Bonus!: The Denali Commission is open, which is an agency designed to provide utilities and infrastructure support throughout Alaska.
  • The Nuclear Regulatory Commission: open or closed? The NRC has been closed since the shutdown started. (Photo: Flickr)
  • The Hollywood sign? Yeah, it's open. (Photo: Flickr)
  • The U.S.-Mexico border? Definitely open. (Photo: Getty)
  • USDA: open or closed? It's "partially open," but mostly closed. (Photo: Flickr)