Tourists pose for pictures during a visit to the Statue of Liberty on Sunday in New York City.
- The Statue of Liberty reopens after New York state agrees to pay to run it
- The landmark had been closed as a result of the partial government shutdown
- About 400 jobs had been lost in the shutdown, ticketing operator says
- Arizona and South Dakota also agreed to pay to keep their landmarks open
New York (CNN) -- The Statue of Liberty reopened Sunday morning thanks to state funding after it had been closed for 12 days as a result of the partial government shutdown.