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WASHINGTON, DC - OCTOBER 5: Sunrise at the U.S. Capitol as the federal government shut down goes in to its fifth day on October 5, 2013 in Washington, DC. The House will vote today on the measure to restore back pay to federal employees who have been furloughed during the shutdown before recessing until Monday. The vote is expected to pass with bipartisan support.  (Photo by Chris Maddaloni/Getty Images) WASHINGTON, DC - OCTOBER 5: Sunrise at the U.S. Capitol as the federal government shut down goes in to its fifth day on October 5, 2013 in Washington, DC. The House will vote today on the measure to restore back pay to federal employees who have been furloughed during the shutdown before recessing until Monday. The vote is expected to pass with bipartisan support. (Photo by Chris Maddaloni/Getty Images)  

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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  • USDA: open or closed? It's "partially open," but mostly closed. (Photo: Flickr)
  • The U.S.-Mexico border? Definitely open. (Photo: Getty)
  • The Hollywood sign? Yeah, it's open. (Photo: Flickr)
  • The Nuclear Regulatory Commission: open or closed? The NRC has been closed since the shutdown started. (Photo: Flickr)
  • 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 Smithsonian Museums and the National Zoo? Definitely closed. (Photo: Getty)
  • The U.S. Department of Homeland Security is as closed as can be. (Photo: Getty)
  • What about NASA? Unfortunately, it's closed. (Photo: Getty)
  • The U.S.-Canadian Border? Open and functioning. (Photo: Getty)
  • The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is closed for the shutdown. (Photo: Getty)
  • And the Internal Revenue Service? Not open and conducting no audits until the government is reopened. (Photo: Getty)