Cesar Chavez and Dolores Huerta – in bronzed and larger-than-life form – now look out over residents and visitors in downtown Napa.

The 9-foot-tall statues of the pioneering farm worker rights activists were installed early Wednesday morning in a niche above the entry of a Main Street building owned by Michael L. Holcomb, the Napa developer who sponsored the artworks.

The bronze figures look out across Main Street and Veterans Memorial Park to the Napa River and the hills to the east.

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