In any case it's a batter of chick pea flour with water and olive oil, baked in an oven and then sprinkled with salt and maybe some herbs like rosemary.
It's found in Liguria, which is in northern Italy along the Mediterranean coast. This photo was taken at a pizzeria in Turin, but the Cinque Terre is a great place to try it too.
Farther south along the Tuscan shores, it's also called Cecina (ceci = chick peas in Italian).
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