Lali Espósito visits the FOZ Museum in Jerusalem after completing her world tour

"Lali" Espósito visits FOZ Museum & honored with Friendship award

 

Mariana "Lali" Espósito: "The Friends of Zion Museum, the most moving site I've seen in Israel! " 

The popular Argentinian Singer and actress, "Lali" Espósito, is one of the most influencing and famous performers in Latin America, playing leading roles in Esperanza Mía and Casi Ángeles, has come for a visit to Jerusalem after concluding her world tour performing in Israel.

The young singer and actress has already won dozens of awards including best Latin Artist at the Nickelodeon Kids Choice Award and the Gardel award for best Pop Album and Artist of the year with her "A Bailer Tour" the highest grossing tour of 2015 in Argentina positioning Lali as one of the biggest stars in Latin America today.
The Friends of Zion Museum honored the Latin star with a special token at the end of her tour, the Friend of Zion Friendship award.

"Lali" Espósito, came to experience the Interactive FOZ Museum tour provided also in Spanish, with Lali and her group greatly moved by the stories of the long lasting friendship of many non-Jews of all religions assisting the Jewish people in the last 200 years, during the holocaust as well as through the reformation of the state of Israel.

"This is my 8th time visiting Israel, and the Friends of Zion Museum was my most moving experience out of all the sights!" said the star at the end of her tour.
 
Lali and her entourage toured the museum for an hour and a half, watching exhibits delivered via some of the most impressive museum technology in the world, including three-dimensional projection mapping on unique sculptures and complex roto scope animations that bring live-action video footage into a painted media. They learned about the contributions of Friends of Zion such as US President Harry Truman, British Prime Minister Winston Churchill, US president's forefather, Prof. George W. Bush, Orde Wingate, and Righteous Among the Nations such as Oskar Schindler, Raoul Wallenberg and the Ten Boom family, who risked their lives to save Jews persecuted throughout the world.